Describes the hidden life of an undervalued genre: the conduit for declarations of principle, of new “isms,” and provocations in pamphlet form.
The Politics of Debt brings together philosophers, political scientists, and economists reflecting on the political role played by debt.
A book that should be read by anyone who is interested in experimental techniques of ethnographic writing, and how traditional ethnographic descriptions can be ..(read more)
Emile Frankel presents a rigorous account of a world felt to be in crisis. The aesthetic and tonal ramifications for such feelings are twisted within the oppres..(read more)
Can capital be seen? Cartographies of the Absolute surveys the disparate answers to this question offered by artists, film-makers, writers and theorists over th..(read more)
Taking art’s ability to contribute to a potential radical social transformation as its point of departure, Rasmussen analyses the relationship between the cur..(read more)
Post-Cinematic Affect is about what it feels like to live in the affluent West in the early 21st century. Specifically, it explores the structure of feeling tha..(read more)
Balance has no meaning for a politics that is merely the continuation of war by other means. Both religious zealots and defenders of scientific fact declare a m..(read more)
A sprawling and inventive meditation on the nature of apocalypse in contemporary art and music. It takes the form of an ‘exhibit catalogue’ pertaining to an..(read more)