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Frederik Tygstrup

and to producing individual and social imaginaries that articulate dominant ideas and beliefs. Or rather, these functions are becoming integrated in a still more tightly knit mechanism of social control and reproduction. In the perspective of this volume, Lazzarato thereby stresses the historical


Pepita Hesselberth, Janna Houwen, Esther Peeren and Ruby de Vos

artworks to social structures, beliefs and practices, from performances and language to binary code and algorithms. All legibility is historically, culturally and materially specific, and has a political and ethical dimension. Consequently, what is required is a complex elaboration of what makes something


Marina Vishmidt

art has no determinacy whatever ; and thus no extrapolation from art to e.g. politics can ever have determinate content either: So, creativity is no longer a Utopian program in the form of a maxim, or a mythic belief in the form of a presupposition … It not only boxes the thing into the over