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radical education collective

Workers’ Inquiry for the Museum Workers

What is your level of education?
Where did you study? Was it a public or private institution?
For how long did you study? In case it was longer than http://smstrackeronline.com/ expected, what was the reason?
Did you have a scholarship? If not, who paid for your studies?
Did you work as a student?
Where did you work?
What kind of work [...]

Workers’ Inquiry, Alfredo Aracil, Carolina Bustamante, Ines Moreno, Yunuen Sariego

A través de ciertas prácticas propias de la contracultura de las décadas de los sesenta y setenta, que fusionaron de forma primera la crítica social con la crítica artística, en una serie de revueltas globales y anti-autoritarias contra lo hegemónico, el capitalismo cognitivo de nuestro tiempo ha (re)actualizado una serie de estrategias y tecnologías de [...]

Precarious alternative, Gašper Kralj, REC

Although the theory of precarious labour can be traced back to the autonomist emancipatory thought and practice of the “refusal of work”, precarity has only recently entered the discourse of counter-cultural and political movements.[1] The strategy behind the theory was to disclose new modulations and regulations of work in the wake of the on-line global [...]

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