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1️⃣ Performance Therapy


⭕ The Theatre of the Bauhaus (1971), Walter Gropius 

⭕ Performance Art: From Futurism to the Present (1979), Rose Lee Goldberg 
⭕ The Cremaster Cycle (2002), Matthew Barney 
⭕ Unmarked: The Politics of Performance (1993) Peggy Phelan 
⭕ Participation, Documents of Contemporary Art (2006), Claire Bishop 
⭕ Relational Aesthetics (1998), Nicolas Bourriaud 
⭕ Compassion - Bridging Practice and Science (2013), Tania Singer and Matthias Bolz 
⭕ The Dark Sides of Empathy (2019), Fritz Breithaupt 

2️⃣ (P)Labour Relations

⭕ Playstation Dreamworld (2017), Alfie Bown

⭕ Platform Capitalism (2016), Nick Srnicek
⭕ Inventing the Future (2015), Nick Srnicek and Alex Williams
⭕ Uberworked and Underpaid (2016), Trebor Scholz

⭕ The Stack (2015), Benjamin H. Bratton

⭕ Fully Automated Luxury Communism (2018), Aaron Bastani

⭕ 24/7 (2013), Jonathan Crary
⭕ Capital is Dead (2019), McKenzie Wark

⭕ Precarious Rhapsody (2009), Franco ‘Bifo’ Berardi

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Speculative History



⭕ Last Futures (2016), Douglas Murphey

⭕ Future Histories (2019), Lizzie O’Shea
⭕ Four Futures (2016), Peter Frase
⭕ The Garden of Forking Paths (1941), Jorge Luis Borges

⭕ Learning Design Histories for Design Futures (2016), Noel Waite

⭕ Virtual History (1997), Niall Ferguson
⭕ 24/7 (2013), Jonathan Crary
⭕ Unmaking the West (2006), Philip Tetlock


4️⃣ Protest Architecture

⭕ Down to Earth: Politics in the New Climatic Regime (2017), Bruno Latour

⭕ Full Surrogacy Now (2019), Sophie Lewis
⭕ The Utopia of Rules (2015), David Graeber
⭕ A Planet to Win: Why we need a Green New Deal (2019), Thea Riofrancos et al

⭕ Forensic Architecture (2017), Eyal Weizman

⭕ Xenofeminism (2018), Helen Hester

⭕ This Is Not A Drill (2019), Extinction Rebellion

⭕ On Revolution (1963), Hannah Arendt

⭕ Anatomies of Revolution (2019), George Lawson








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