Projects

Empire Logistics

Empire Logistics is a collaborative initiative to research and articulate (through online mapping, video, text and other media) the impact and 'externalized costs'—human, economic, social and environmental— of the international goods movement industry. An initial area of focus has been “The Inland Empire,” an area of Southern California that was hit hardest by the subprime mortgage crisis of 2008 and the ensuing depression. The Inland Empire continues to face some of the highest home foreclosure rates in the country, staggering unemployment far above the national average, a rise in homelessness, and a decline in the median wage.
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PROPOSAL: Acephalic Monuments

*Like CowParade™, participants are encouraged to customize their acephalic monuments to represent the unique attributes of their locale.
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2011: Occupied

Essays and features appearing on occupyeverything.org during 2011
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Occupying L.A.

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CONTENTS #2: they are several.

 An introduction to Cara Baldwin’s contribution, they are several. At the end of April, when Cara was compiling links related to a situation in which Facebook shut down the pages of dozens of anti cuts groups in the UK, I invited her to use the platform of CONTENTS (at that point more of an idea than a platform) as a tool to organize and make public this research. It seemed to be another instance (after Wikileaks and then the government imposed internet cutoff in Egypt during the revolution) of power swiftly and decisively intervening in the infrastructure that supported a certain type of horizontal organizing or dissemination.…

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