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What does it mean when tons of people take to the streets dressed as the walking dead? With no political or artistic agenda, other than to shuffle around threatening to eat your brains? In this excerpt from the academic essay collection Better Off Dead: The Evolution of the Zombie as Post-Human — which was published right around the time Occupy Wall Street got started — Sarah Juliet Lauro argues that the zombie performances are connected to the Situationist movement. See also: Zombies of Immaterial Labor: The Modern Monster and the Death of Death http://www.e-flux.com/journal/zombies-of-immaterial-labor-the-modern-monster-and-the-death-of-death/

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In this essay, we claim that far from being a strength, the lack of demands reflects the weak ideological…

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OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

jeff newman | 0 comments | 01/13/12

Zuccoti Park, December 18, 2011

"What better place than a wealthy Ivy League university for the 1 percent and the 99 percent, or the…

This explanation of the current situation is the best I've seen. It explains how the major economic and political…

A documentary on the Occupy movement by independent Canadian filmmaker Scott Noble ("Lifting the Veil", "Psywar", "Human Resources", "Police…

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Avoid the Void

Tony Longshanks LeTigre | 1 comment | 12/06/11

I was just reading in David Graeber’s Direct Action: an Ethnography (which has for the moment shoved aside all other…

The people made this worldwide movement what it was. And they are directly responsable for it's significant impact on public…

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