“As a strategy of resistance and protest, nonviolence is often seen as passive and resolutely individual. Butler’s philosophical inquiry argues that it is in fact a shrewd and even aggressive collective political tactic.” – The New York Times
A World Without Police makes an undeniable argument that our future means abolition with no compromises. In the book, Geo Maher describes the majority population of the United States with an investment in policing and carcerality as "the pig majority." A population that "could include you, but it doesn't have to." His writing reminds us that we have a responsibility to make police obsolete.
"Matthew Fuller and Eyal Weizman are thinkers at the forefront of this aesthetic revolution, and this book opens up and theorizes a new field that is already transforming the way we think about art practise as well as the wider context of sensing the world." - Leo Hollis, editor