Your Life written by German philosopher
is about the history and philosophy of practice
across the planet as well as the development of
Anthropotechnics. Originally published in
About the location:
The Prignitz in the north-west of Brandenburg, where this small village is located, is one of the most sparsely populated areas in Germany. A lonely landscape with rolling hills, heathland and meadows, small streams and lakes.
From Paradise to Garden to Territory
Some thoughts on the transformation
and the dealing with an old right.
Inspired by/quoted from from:
Stuart Elden: The Birth of Territory
Jochen Kleinschmidt: Functions and Consequences of Politcal Borders in World Society
PhD thesis, Munich: Universitätsbibliothek der LMU, published online:
The Invisible Committee:
The coming insurrection
James Lovelock: The Gaia Theory
Fritjof Capra: The Turning Point
Brock: Lustmarsch durchs
Professor of Aesthetics and Cultural Mediation, "Thinker on duty", "Artist without work" and art theorist.
Brock is considered a representative of the Fluxus movement.
Jonathan Gómora Alarcón:
Interview about the concept of territory
Jonathan Gómora Alcarón is a mexican geographer who teaches in Mexico City https://doaj.org/article/087b1a5f1ed94f31a4c7447ad61ff0c2
Clemens: Some thoughts on Adorno
The Social Sculpture
Science and art are about the constant unfolding and development of the establishment of authority and individual authorship. As great Eurpoean achievement in world history, alongside the authority of the cultures and their obligations, there is also an authority and obligation of the individual.
The question of
Suddenly you are ready, but
modernity remains unfinished because
society still wants to increase the
and the pressure to
The New VillageThe willingness to outrage has already greatly diminished. The familiar has become alien. Especially in the big city. The big city in the late capitalist social system is the epitome of demarcation, alienation and separation. Its inhabitants are equally disconnected from past and community. They experience, in an unmitigated form, the three fundamental coordinates of existence: finitude, loneliness, and being thrown - this is how the Invisible Committee described in 2007.
The Noble SavageThe socialization of people led to people comparing themselves with each other, which led to envy and resentment, gloating and arrogance, more appearance than reality, and conflicts of interest. And so on. But the idea of the "noble savage" was rejected by his contemporaries, especially since man was by nature burdened with original sin.
So the idea of great change has always been illusory. All problems we face today come from unleashed greed for life. The urge to survive is the driving force of evolution. Human beings to survive, we have a whole cascade of defense mechanisms in our immune system. This normally runs automatically.
Now the question is how the earth defends itself against us.
But back to Jean Jacques Rousseau.
The characteristic feature of a
self-portrait is that it is created
without outside help. And there is a
small difference between the self-image,
the ideal-image and the view of the
others on me.
Western cultural techniques expanded the concept of the self-portrait. Now we are talking about selfies that evaporate in the echoes of the internet.