Tag Archives: Manifesto Library

“The Wall is the Wall, it has never changed or evolved from the first day I conceived of it.” Sure, the idiotic idea of your never-to-be-built-wall may have emerged, fully-formed, from your head, like some phantom Athena (the “Wall”). But this Wall remains a figment of your limited imagination no matter how many real-time revisions […]

Tonight Blake Turner’s Manifesto Library published the Minus Plato Manifesto, which I posted in early December last year. But, more importantly, it published two other manifestos that are of more pressing concern than anything presented on this blog. First of all, the Mexican feminist Con Nosotras manifesto, translated by Rebeka Campos-Astorkiza, that calls for an […]

Tonight I will be speaking at the opening of the inaugural exhibition of Blake Turner’s Manifesto Library at the Sean Christopher Gallery, here in Columbus. The Manifesto Library is a collection comprised of leftist, feminist, black, latino/a, guerrilla, african, militant, artists, economic, trans, queer, social, technological, and political manifestos. It is a recollection or monument to […]