Geoengineering schemes — still largely hypothetical — not only fail to address the underlying causes of climate change; they carry their own profound political, economic, and ecological risks.
The problem is not technology or nature. The problem is how to organise societies at a global scale.
The anxiety that swirls around Cambridge Analytica reveals a deeper crisis in the private, individualist conception of democracy.
The chronic crisis of the record industry is compounded by a constant paradox, apparently inherent in the technology of reproduction, by which music is turned into a commodity only to see it escape.
A conversation with Nick Srnicek on accelerationism, technology, and political practice.
Tear Gas author Anna Feigenbaum visits Milipol.
"Proxy Politics" is both a diagnosis of the modern political terrain and a potential framework and strategy with which to resist it.
In this excerpt from Duty Free Art, Hito Steyerl on spam; a substantial expression of a period that has elevated superfluity into one of its guiding principles.
Anna Feigenbaum discusses the history of tear gas as crowd control.
Anna Feigenbaum, author of Tear Gas, selects five essential books that theorize objects and atmospheres.