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My thoughts on inequity, making, occupation, and tactics are currently entangled. I am thinking through a recent paper by Daphne Plessner published online via Art & Education. At the moment, I cannot say anything better than she, so please forgive the cheap trick of supplying a quote and a link as my application into the Summit viewing party.

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Occupy as Form: Ken Goldberg

“Love and work…work and love, that’s all there is.” – Freud

I’m curious about the resonance of the word “occupation” which connotes both non-violent strategy and employment. The Occupy Movement is fueled by frustration over unemployment: many of its participants are out of work.

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