Black Box: A Record Of The Catastrophe With Many Voices

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Edited by the Black Box Collective and published by Oakland’s PM Press, Black Box: A Record of the Catastrophe, Volume One, is a lively, wide-range of writing, art, and graphics dedicated to various timely and timeless political and philosophical propositions. Local contributors Charles Mudede, Miranda Mellis, Alejandro de Acosta, Stuart Smithes, Emily Abenfroth, Eirik Steinhoff, Patrik Øöd-Noir, Tanya Erzen, and designer Corianton Hale are all expected to be on hand.

“What happens if you walk away? What happens if you don’t? Black Box is both a philosophy of the street and a poetics of revolutionary encounter. I offer my ecstatic support to its ‘curriculum of shocks.’ This is an extraordinary new journal. Every page is voltage, orientation, verge.” - Bhanu Kapil.

“To think against and beyond the human catastrophe that is capitalism, we need to break down walls, open doors, cross thresholds, communize wherever we can - a black box not as containment but as focal point of the movement of undefined, undefinable rupture.” - John Holloway
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By: Elliott Bay Book Company