There Will Be Broken Hearts: About Demystifying Old and Building New Techno-Economic Infrastructures, Interview with Denise Thwaites

Denise Thwaites, Cristina Ampatzido, Ania Molenda

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Abstract

In western neoclassical economies, the capacity of the market to self-regulate has acquired a divine status that continues to rule the world even as that market is pushing the planet into ecological and social imbalance. While the image of the market as a rational and self-regulated entity is a belief, the consequences of mainstream capitalism are a fact, and they are devastating for the earth and all of its inhabitants.

In a conversation with Australian curator, Denise Thwaites, we discuss the inconsistencies of the ways in which we perceive the market and different. preconceptions around it. We also look into the possibilities of embracing the irrational an affective aspects of human nature in a different way, so they can point us towards new ways of collaborating and living together.
Original languageEnglish
TypeInterview in experimental publication
Media of outputtext
PublisherInstitute of Network Cultures
Number of pages4
Place of PublicationAmsterdam
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2020

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