Diversity of Aesthetics Vol. 2
Emily Harvey Foundation, A. Petroissants, J. Rosales
$10.00
Diversity of Aesthetics Vol. 2
Emily Harvey Foundation, A. Petroissants, J. Rosales
$10.00
Diversity of Aesthetics is a multi-volume editorial project started amongst comrades. It takes shape through a series of conversations between artists, militants, organizers, precarious workers, publishers, writers, educators, and others.

The second volume, titled “Foreigners Everywhere,” features a conversation between Claire Fontaine, Iman Ganji, and Jose Rosales.

"There are many ways of seeing what communism could mean, some of which have become clearer today than in the past. At least over the past fifteen years, the idea of communism is no longer that of appropriating the means of production, because the means of production, along with what is being produced, are themselves destroying the planet. So this is already a revolution in the very foundations of the philosophical framework of materialism, which historical communism and the workers movement sought to realize as praxis. But this isn't a riddle, it was a mistake from the very beginning and remains the structuring blind spot of Marxism and workerist ideologies.

Author(s): Various
Year: 2022
Pages: 60
Dimensions: 12 x 20 cm
Cover: Softcover
Language: English
Found in: Aesthetics  Art  Criticism  Labor  Theory