After the Future
AK Press, 20 sept. 2011 - 192 pagini
After the Future explores a century-long obsession with the concept of the "future," starting with Marinetti's "Futurist Manifesto," tracing it through the punk movement of the early 70s, and into the media revolution of the 90s. The future, Bifo argues, has come and gone, the concept has lost its usefulness. Now it's our responsibility to decide what comes next.
Ce spun oamenii - Scrieți o recenzie
LibraryThing ReviewComentariu Utilizator - thedreadlink - LibraryThing
I had to read it for a class, and while I did not enjoy the middle sections of the book, it did make me think and it challenged some of my views. Citiți recenzia completă
acceleration activity aleatory avant-garde Baudrillard become Berardi Berlusconi Bifo bourgeoisie brain capitalism capitalist century that trusted chaos cognitariat cognitive labor collapse collective communication Communist competition concept conscious organism create crisis cultural decade Deleuze depression deregulation deterritorialization domination dotcom dynamics dystopian economic effects energy exploitation Félix Guattari force fractal fragmentation future Futurist Futurist Manifesto global Guattari human idea ideography ideology imagination industrial infolabor infosphere intellectual investment Italian Italy language law of value Lenin linguistic longer machine means mental mind mobilization modern movement neoliberal nomic operaismo panic political possible Potere Operaio precarious precarization production progressive proliferation psychic Quaderni Rossi radio Radio Alice reality recombinant recomposition relationship rules semiocapital semiotic sense sensibility signs simulation social autonomy society solidarity space speed sphere subjectivation suicide Telestreet tion twentieth century understand utopia violence virtual class Wired magazine words workers Zaum