James Bridle – Homo Sacer

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James Bridle, Homo Sacer, 2014

“The cloud renders geography irrelevant—until you realize that everything that matters, everything that means you don’t die, is based not only on which passport you possess, but on a complex web of definitions of what constitutes that passport.”

The Siege on Citizenship: James Bridle on “The Right to Have Rights”

Via: Walker Art Center



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