"It would be a euphemism to say this book is not anthropocentric — it places humanity on another orbit."
Bruno Latour | Nov 9
The Czech writer’s darkly humorous novel, published in 1936, anticipated our current reality with eerie accuracy.
John Rieder | Jan 30
From homegrown furniture to fermented textiles to circular models of local material production.
Matthew Wizinsky | Oct 14, 2022
“What can’t go on won’t go on. Capitalism is breaking the system, meaning people’s lives and the biosphere.”
James Bradley | Oct 11, 2022
Children today are the very first generation of citizens to be datafied from before birth. The social and political consequences of this historical transformation have yet to be seen.
Veronica Barassi | Jan 14, 2021
Over the course of the 20th century, capitalism preserved its momentum by molding the ordinary person into a consumer with an unquenchable thirst for more stuff.
Kerryn Higgs | Jan 11, 2021