fall / winter 2019, eleventh issue

fall / winter 2019, eleventh issue

8–11
Editors’ Note

12–21
It’s Not Done Through Our Mind,
It’s Done Through Our Spirit
Suzanne Kite and Mahpíya Nážin

23–29
Perfidious Fidelity
Sarat Maharaj

30–37
Power in Light of the Theory of Rhythm:
A View from the Twenty-First Century
Zinaida Chekantseva

38–49
It Is Only Sound That Remains:
Reconstructing Forough Farrokhzad’s The House Is Black
Alphabet Collection

51–53
Future Anterior: The Grammar of Survival?
Jackie Wang

54–59
Selk’nam resurgence in Tierra del Fuego and beyond
Hema’ny Molina Vargas and Pip Day in Conversation

60–73
A Brief Note on Internationalism
Olu Oguibe

74–83
The Avant-Garde Networks of Amauta.
Argentina, Mexico and Peru in the 1920s
Natalia Majluf and Marina Fokidis in Conversation

84–95
Eurasia Underground Library: Notes on its Formation
Binna Choi and You Mi

96–101
On Exclusion, Crisis, Populism and Brazil as Radical Laboratory
Christian Dunker and Marcelo Rezende in Conversation

102–113
No Small Matter
Karen Barad

114–121
Empty the Archives!
Jakob Jakobsen

122–132
Collective Exhibition for a Single Body
The Private Score
Pierre Bal-Blanc

134–145
Streams of Consciousness
Bamako Encounters 12th edition team

147–159
Despair and Hope
Vijay Prashad

160–169
Towards a Funk Manifesto
Oscar Guardiola-Rivera

170–177
Dónde está pues tu lucrcitaque te dimos?
Where’s that Light we Gave you?
Andrea Ancira and Sofía Olascoaga

178–185
Ríos Intermitentes: A “Medicinal” Trajectory in Matanzas, Cuba
The 13th Havana Biennial
Sara Lee Burd

186–193
Talking About the Weather
Daniel Blanga Gubbay

194
“south as a state of mind,” they said
Cecilia Vicuña

196–203
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