Oliver Marchart Future Politics / Political Futures. Pre-enacting the Cause for Assembly

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The Art of Assembly
The Art of Assembly
I: Assembly as Preenactment (Oliver Marchart, Dana Yahalomi & Florian Malzacher)
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Do we assemble for a cause or for reasons? What is the nature of a political cause? What is it that brings us together? And why does a true political cause issue from the future? Provided there is a future after the end of futurity. The notion of pre-enactment may point to an answer.

Part of Episode I: “Assembly as Preenactment”
With Oliver Marchart, Dana Yahalomi & Florian Malzacher

23. January 2021 – Online live stream
In co-production with brut / Vienna

Biography

Oliver Marchart is a political theorist who teaches at the University of Vienna. He works in the fields of political ontology, democratic theory and art theory. His most recent books include: Conflictual Aesthetics. Artistic Activism and the Public Sphere (Sternberg 2019) and Thinking Antagonism. Political Ontology after Laclau (Edinburgh UP 2018).

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