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I am a cultural theorist focused primarily on capitalisms as cognitive, behavioral, and productive conditions. I have self-published two books on this topic, titled ‘Distruments’, and ‘Assemblies & Other Essays’. I am currently working on my third, titled, ‘Everything A Waiting Midnight’.
Interdisciplinary inquiry into political, poetic, and philosophical texts by Ana Tsing, Sylvia Wynter, Yannis Ritsos, Sylvia Wynter, and Christina Sharpe.
A book length series of essays and theses, which bridge the gap between my second and third major texts, ‘Assemblies’ and ‘Everything A Waiting Midnight’.
This work attempts to create a constellation of the works before it, while declaring an additional sphere of nuanced critique into the works on and against capital which came before it: that is, that the culture of capital is a culture of discipline-of-life, entirely, and develops, first and foremost (even before that which is the ‘commodity’) a cinema of discipline, which sets the scene for the reproduction of a world where everything has a price. This price is nothing less than life, itself.
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