This resource has certainly been slow going, but it has been going all the same. Struggling to find adequate time and space to research and write (a common hurdle to all unfunded projects), I have still managed to produce some abbreviated versions.
The most recent version is a summary of what will eventually be Chapter 2 of this resource, “What’s up with the neoliberalization of culture?” It was presented as part of a panel discussion titled “Resistance through memory, oral history, and art” at Whose Winnipeg? Neoliberalism, Settler Colonialism, and the Production of Urban Space, which took place in Winnipeg on August 20, 2013. Please find it here: “On the neoliberalization of culture and why it matters”.
Beyond that, please find the following additional recent texts:
- “A Total Spectacle” is a curatorial statement for an exhibition of the same title addressing the many ways corporations aim to maximize profit through social and cultural control. This text also offers a brief history of the rise of corporate power and comments on the nature of totalitarianism. Pubished May 23, 2013.
- “Controlling the limits of possibility: On the privatization of education and culture.” ArtLeaks Gazette. May 2013. vol 1. pp 5 – 13.
For a full-list of related texts and presentations, please visit: Abbreviated versions of this e-resource.