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Jay Jordan offers a compelling, impassioned account of what’s at stake, and what could be mobilised in artistic practices today. »Sounds and Fury« is an urgent and passionate critique of the passive, extractivist dynamics of the arts as many of us know them. “Despite 200 species pushed to extinction every day, despite soils turning to deserts, despite poverty rising faster than the seas, despite a tsunami of mental health issues paralysing young people, despite the far right spreading faster than the forest fires – our culture continues its escape into the same old forms of entertainment.”
Jay Jordan offers a compelling, impassioned account of what’s at stake, and what could be mobilised in artistic practices today. »Sounds and Fury« is an urgent and passionate critique of the passive, extractivist dynamics of the arts as many of us know them. “Despite 200 species pushed to extinction every day, despite soils turning to deserts, despite poverty rising faster than the seas, despite a tsunami of mental health issues paralysing young people, despite the far right spreading faster than the forest fires – our culture continues its escape into the same old forms of entertainment.”
We will one day be lucky and all Lutherans will stand by and help each other
We will one day be lucky and all Lutherans will stand by and help each other
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