[artinfo] precariat: NEW ISSUE republicart web-journal

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Wed Jul 28 17:13:10 CEST 2004

The new issue of the multilingual republicart web-journal is now online:


Precariousness increasingly defines the 
conditions, under which people in all different 
fields work and live. The new issue of the 
republicart web journal deals with more recent 
attempts to counter non-self-determined 
precariousness with the means of art and 
activism. Precarias a la deriva in Madrid, the 
Gl¸cklichen Arbeitslosen in Berlin, the French 
Intermittents, the May Day Parades in Barcelona 
and Milan, or the Italian strike movement
form the components of a new concatenation of 
practices giving a self-determined turn to the 



Katja Diefenbach:
Ruining Performance. Beyond the Economy of Stress and Sentimentality

GlobalProject / Coordination des Intermittents et PrÈcaires d'Ile de France:
Spectacle Inside the State and Out

Brian Holmes / Marion von Osten:
The Spaces of A Cultural Question

Klaus Neundlinger:
Fuzzy Production Logics. Experience and 
Reflection in the Laboratory of Insecurity

Stefan Nowotny:
Precarious Residence. The Universal Embassy as a site of social production

Guillaume Paoli:
Demotivational Training. Anecdote on the drop in economic optimism

Precarias a la deriva:
Adrift through the circuits of feminized precarious work

Gerald Raunig:
La inseguridad vencer·. Anti-Precariousness Activism and Mayday Parades

Marina Vishmidt / Marion von Osten:
de-, dis-, ex- on Immaterial Labour

Beat Weber:
Everyday Crisis in the Empire


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