Puritan work ethics is always a denial of the Other.
From where do I speak? is a question that has been bugging me for quite some time. In an increasingly complex world, the answer is not simple. The parameters of present-day identity politics is reductive while not absent in the place from where I speak; I am Swedish, a woman, hetero, white, a PhD, mother, grandmother, single. According to my education, I am middle-class. According to my bank account I belong to the precariate. And I come from the working class. This is what is seen in the mirror, in the one-dimensionality of the mirror. But, there is more.
Releasing the essay Speaking From the Other
Speaking From the Other is an essay that is now available on Apple Books and other stores.Read an excerpt for free here!
About the site
freewheelin.nu is a site where e-lit, installations, digital art, blogs and other texts are linked in a hyperdimensional space of underpasses, highways, rivers, bridges, tunnels that intersect in the art project Plastic Spaces whenever possible.
And there is more. Image music text and technology intertwined in digital art and textual [dis]pleasures - in the erratic vibrancy, evanescence and intangibility of the text/work - that interfaces with the erotic body [electrified].
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