Anthropologist Anna Lowenhaupt-Tsing examines our precarious present – where environmental degradation and economic alienation threaten to dismantle ways of life (and actual life itself) – and explains why collaborative survival in the future requires a radical re-imagining of growth, modernity and progress.
Anna is author of The Mushroom at the End of the World: On the Possibility of Life in Capitalist Ruins from Princeton University Press.
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This was good, thanks Dirk. Didn’t realize Second Life is still a thing.
sure reminded me of syn-0, yeah still going and seemed like a good fit for Lethem’s aesthetic