Terms & Conditions

Alejandro Cerón

Resumen


Study (Moten & Harney, 2013) and disidentification (Muñoz, 1999), are terms that could be understood as conditions for divergent un-individuated production. These strategies are productive in the way they (de)generate, constructive from their insistent refusal of the instituted. By identifying connections between these strategies, the text points at their transformative potential. Could these performative processes displace or decentralize dominant modes of production?

Setting the tone and character of the writing, the introduction defines form and content as non-hierarchical parties that complement one another. Governmental precarity (Lorey, 2015) is described as a precarious object of governance. If life is entangled within the realms of the social and institutional, it could be interesting to speculate on collective modes of production. The text sets forth A friend to the idea (Sully, 2016) and Who moves and who doesn’t? (Ngamcharoen, 2018) as positions within the realm of institutional critical art. Within an academic context, these performances reflect on the conditions of production through transversal critique.


Palabras clave


Study; disidentification; precarity; production.

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