Capital (It Fails Us Now)
Capital (It Fails Us Now) is a group show exploring the notion
of capital, taking point of departure along dual lines; on the one hand
location, and on the other subjectivity; how capitalism affects our
daily lives, our very structure of feelings and perceptions. Capital
understood as an economic tool, as a measure of exchange and surplus,
and as something at once regulated and regulating (by both state and
market), as well as a producer of subjectivity (the commodification of
Curated by Simon Sheikh. Produced by NIFCA, Nordic Institute
for Contemporary Art (http://www.nifca.org/2006/projects/2006/capital_06.htm), in collaboration with Kunstihoone in Tallinn,
Estonia, and UKS in Oslo, Norway.
A book including artistic contributions and essays from Will Bradley, Katja Diefenbach, Stephan Geene, Brian Holmes, Trude Iversen, Oleg Kireev, Isabell Lorey, Gerald Raunig and Natascha Sadr Haghighian is published by b_books.