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  • Hope

    Hope as anesthesia. Hope as a means of transporting urgency to an always postponed tomorrow. Hope that allows art and its entanglements with capital and power to look like it might have some force. Hope that portrays critique from within the system as efficient. Hope as language that incorporates rebellion and disobedience and transforms them into the background noise for business as usual. Hope as stagnation while the world falls apart for the many and takes more and more luxurious forms for a few.
    Letting go of hope so that we can look at our situations in their true colors… and start from there…