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Some thoughts on the role of art in struggle and hype for the Glitch Feminism "The practice of ‘embracing technology’ has never uniformly enthused the left. In 2015, Laboria Cuboniks’ Xenofeminist Manifesto , which positioned its techno-accelerationist vision as ‘the only true suspension of inequality’, was lauded by many – not least among them Mark Fisher – for aspiring to break through the kind of unambitious melancholia that had stalled the turn of the millennium’s cyberfeminist zeal."
Some thoughts on the role of art in struggle and hype for the Glitch Feminism "The practice of ‘embracing technology’ has never uniformly enthused the left. In 2015, Laboria Cuboniks’ Xenofeminist Manifesto , which positioned its techno-accelerationist vision as ‘the only true suspension of inequality’, was lauded by many – not least among them Mark Fisher – for aspiring to break through the kind of unambitious melancholia that had stalled the turn of the millennium’s cyberfeminist zeal."
Some thoughts on the role of art in struggle and hype for the Glitch Feminism "The practice of ‘embracing technology’ has never uniformly enthused the left. In 2015, Laboria Cuboniks’ Xenofeminist Manifesto , which positioned its techno-accelerationist vision as ‘the only true suspension of inequality’, was lauded by many – not least among them Mark Fisher – for aspiring to break through the kind of unambitious melancholia that had stalled the turn of the millennium’s cyberfeminist zeal."
Some thoughts on the role of art in struggle and hype for the Glitch Feminism "The practice of ‘embracing technology’ has never uniformly enthused the left. In 2015, Laboria Cuboniks’ Xenofeminist Manifesto , which positioned its techno-accelerationist vision as ‘the only true suspension of inequality’, was lauded by many – not least among them Mark Fisher – for aspiring to break through the kind of unambitious melancholia that had stalled the turn of the millennium’s cyberfeminist zeal."
Some thoughts on the role of art in struggle and hype for the Glitch Feminism "The practice of ‘embracing technology’ has never uniformly enthused the left. In 2015, Laboria Cuboniks’ Xenofeminist Manifesto , which positioned its techno-accelerationist vision as ‘the only true suspension of inequality’, was lauded by many – not least among them Mark Fisher – for aspiring to break through the kind of unambitious melancholia that had stalled the turn of the millennium’s cyberfeminist zeal."
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