<div dir="ltr"><div><div><div>Ana, in the United States, the Libertarians have an idealized version of 19th century America, a De Toquevillean paradise, where &quot;freedom&quot; prevailed. In my view, all these are different, but very related, expressions of alienation. What is the cause of these splintered explosions of violence? At the heart, it seems to me, is the fall of the Soviet Union. In the preceding bipolar world, where there was an overarching threat of a world war/nuclear explosion, these alienations (always there) were suppressed, very often with the tacit consent of the governed. After the fall, the overarching, unimaginable, maximal threat gone, the tacit contract of the cold war is gone. Previously suppressed (or unheard) voices begin to speak with potentially, often violent, centrifugal force. Ironically, a lot of the violence, which the majority of us experience virtually, is primarily the result of increased freedom; second, the exponential advance in digital technology that makes these expressions--often of alienating violence we choose to call terror(ism)--visible to us. One should remember &quot;terrorist&quot; is a word (an ism) coined by politicians starting in the 1970&#39;s.<br><br></div>I wonder how &quot;terrorist&quot; is different from &quot;anarchist&quot; which was the word of choice a hundred years ago. Do they, in subtle ways, mean different things? Perhaps, &quot;anarchist&quot; (along with had, in 19th century, a philosophical structure underpinning it. Some political thinkers/actors openly embraced it (read <i>The Parisian Arcades</i> or <i>The Possessed</i>). Whereas, in our day, no one, no group embraces the term terrorist; but tries to rationalize it, often calling the opposing party the real terrorist. In that sense, terrorism is a violence with no human face, no intellectual rational; it is a convenient term for those actors of &quot;rationalized violence&quot; (states or would-be states) to distinguish themselves from it.<br><br></div>We all in this thread have been asking how an individual, particularly as an artist or a thinker or an actor, can react in the face of the pervasive omni-visible, often virtual but potentially actual violence. In my view, the best an individual can do is to analyze and develop a <u>consciousness</u> of the machinations of this violence, the methods, the techniques it uses to impose itself on the rest of us.<br><br></div>Ciao,<br><br>Murat<br></div><div class="gmail_extra"><br><div class="gmail_quote">On Tue, Nov 11, 2014 at 10:48 AM, Ana Valdés <span dir="ltr">&lt;<a href="mailto:agora158@gmail.com" target="_blank">agora158@gmail.com</a>&gt;</span> wrote:<br><blockquote class="gmail_quote" style="margin:0 0 0 .8ex;border-left:1px #ccc solid;padding-left:1ex">----------empyre- soft-skinned space----------------------<br><div dir="ltr"><div><div>Thank you Murat! I feel that the apocalyptical utopies from Boko Haram and ISIS trying to shape their own worldorder are signs of our time. ISIS is invoking the Caliphate, the go back to Al Andalous, a kind of golden age where Paradise loomed with it&#39;s fruits and rewards. Boko Haram want, regarding to their narrative, go back to the Africa from before colonization, a continent where mighty empires lived in harmony with the Earth. <br></div>The fact they impose their new order with terror and harshness is a kind of symbolical and pagane cosmogony, they want take distance from &quot;our&quot; gods, for them education in Western terms is an abomination, the suicide bomber who killed himself yesterday killing 50 students is a true representant of their philosophy or beliefs. For us is education normalization, progress, development, enlightenment, for them is education a deadly sin.<br></div>Ana<br></div><div class="gmail_extra"><br><div class="gmail_quote">On Tue, Nov 11, 2014 at 12:46 PM, Murat Nemet-Nejat <span dir="ltr">&lt;<a href="mailto:muratnn@gmail.com" target="_blank">muratnn@gmail.com</a>&gt;</span> wrote:<br><blockquote class="gmail_quote" style="margin:0 0 0 .8ex;border-left:1px #ccc solid;padding-left:1ex">----------empyre- soft-skinned space----------------------<br><div dir="ltr"><div><div><div>Ana, the &quot;kind of new structure without visible heads[, a] new kind of feudal contract... inhabited by people without voices&quot; is actually exactly what the largest modern states are striving for, China, the United States, Russia: to give enough food and trinkets and spectacles and popular wars to the population so that, at least passively, they support you, always the implicit threat of violence (&quot;punishment&quot; or withdrawal of goods) against those who want &quot;to have a voice.&quot; This is a kind of &quot;benevolent feudalism,&quot; la familia of an idealized Godfather-like Mafia. In the United States, the financial institutions and a small number of corporations are our invisible citizens, who supposedly, as &quot;job creators,&quot; are feeding the rest of us and can keep us at least passively happy..<br><br></div>One should not forget the place of digital technology which, it is becoming progressively clearer, is the tool that enables the concentration of power and wealth (therefore, the production of supportive mythologies) in the hands of fewer and fewer people.<br><br></div>Ciao,<br><br></div>Murat<br></div><div class="gmail_extra"><br><div class="gmail_quote">On Tue, Nov 11, 2014 at 12:01 AM, Ana Valdés <span dir="ltr">&lt;<a href="mailto:agora158@gmail.com" target="_blank">agora158@gmail.com</a>&gt;</span> wrote:<br><blockquote class="gmail_quote" style="margin:0 0 0 .8ex;border-left:1px #ccc solid;padding-left:1ex">----------empyre- soft-skinned space----------------------<br><div dir="ltr"><div><div><div><div><div>Thank you Gabriela for your interesting description of the non-violent answer to the state violence installed in Mexico. I was in Yucatan when I did my field work in social anthropology and met many zapatistas and indingeous working in the caracoles, the free zones kept by the zapatistas at that time.<br></div>It was same years before I was in Gaza and it strucked me Gaza and Mexico and Italy shared a common denominator: a weak state left the citizens vulnerable and frustrated and the field was overtaken for organizations who cared for the everyday life. It explained how the drug cartels when the Colombian Pablo Escobar was alive cared for the citizens in the small towns and got a lot of support from the people.<br></div>In Mexico it was the zapatistas who built up a feeling of community and started to autogestionate or selfgovern the territories abandonned by the state.<br></div>In Gaza was Hamas who took care of the police and the daycare.<br></div>Hakim Bey explains it with his TAZ, Temporary Autonomous Zone, where he uses the examples of the camorra in Italy and the zapatistas as well to explain territories separating themselves from the central state, far from them, a kind of new structure without visible heads. A new kind of feudal contract. The &quot;Non Places&quot; in Marc Augés terms, in the middle of nowhere, inhabitated by the people without voices.<br></div>Ana<br></div><div class="gmail_extra"><br><div class="gmail_quote">On Tue, Nov 11, 2014 at 1:51 AM, Gabriela Vargas-Cetina <span dir="ltr">&lt;<a href="mailto:gabyvargasc@prodigy.net.mx" target="_blank">gabyvargasc@prodigy.net.mx</a>&gt;</span> wrote:<br><blockquote class="gmail_quote" style="margin:0 0 0 .8ex;border-left:1px #ccc solid;padding-left:1ex">----------empyre- soft-skinned space----------------------<br>
  
    
  
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    <div>Dear all,<br>
      <br>
      Thank you for this month&#39;s discussion and thank you for bringing
      in what is happening in Mexico to this very difficult but very
      needed conversation.  Here in Mexico the news have been
      emotionally draining for most everyone, and now that our President
      has left to go to China for diplomatic talks, many Mexicans are
      asking for his resignation.  The newspapers have been commenting
      here in Yucatan how people even from the wealthier strata of
      regional society are going to the marches and protests over the
      murder of the students.  I guess we are all trying to perform out
      our grieving in some way, collectively, so as to feel safer and
      feel we do have control over our spaces and lives.  A very
      important thing that is happening is that most everyone is
      chanting repeatedly &quot;no more violence&quot; and &quot;no to violence&quot;:
      Apparently the burning of the door of the National Palace was done
      by a soldier from the Mexican army in order to justify the
      intervention of the police against the crowd of protesters; at
      least that is what even the major newspapers say.<br>
      <br>
      I would like to suggest here that the performance of violence and
      violent performances are now giving way to the performance of
      non-violence, but this is arguably a different kind of performed
      violence.  The installations using empy chairs, cards, mementos
      and photos of the students, public performances of those marching
      throwing themselves to the ground and remaining motionless for
      many minutes, the holding of signs on cardboard or cloth, and the
      chants hostile to the government are all part of so-called
      non-violent demostrations, but they are in fact violent, and they
      are meant to shake our government officials and public peace
      keepers to the bones.  I am not sure these tacticts are working,
      since neither our politicians nor the rest of the world seem to
      pay any attention or be in the least disturbed, but they are
      bringing about a new, publically-constructed collective
      understanding of non-violent protest.  And it is also a way to
      re-construct some feeling of being safe.<br>
      <br>
      I find it interesting that the collective performance of
      non-violence is meant as a violent act, and that it is expected to
      stop the physical violence of the killings and forced
      disappearances that sadly mark everyday life today in much of
      Mexico.  To my mind, it is a reinvention of passive aggression,
      this time in collective forms.  But all in all, perhaps it is a
      good step in a good direction.  <br>
      <br>
      Thanks again for this discussion.<br>
      <br>
      Gabriela Vargas-Cetina<br>
      Merida, Yucatan, Mexico<br>
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<a href="http://antropuntodevista.blogspot.mx" target="_blank">http://antropuntodevista.blogspot.mx</a>
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      On 11/10/14, 4:19 PM, Ana Valdés wrote:<br>
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      <pre>----------empyre- soft-skinned space----------------------</pre>
      <br>
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      <div dir="ltr">
        <div>Maybe Mexico is too near the US to be worth some alert in
          Google? :(<br>
        </div>
        Ana<br>
      </div>
      <div class="gmail_extra"><br>
        <div class="gmail_quote">On Mon, Nov 10, 2014 at 7:51 PM, Diana
          Taylor <span dir="ltr">&lt;<a href="mailto:diana.taylorny@gmail.com" target="_blank">diana.taylorny@gmail.com</a>&gt;</span>
          wrote:<br>
          <blockquote class="gmail_quote" style="margin:0 0 0 .8ex;border-left:1px #ccc solid;padding-left:1ex">----------empyre-
            soft-skinned space----------------------<br>
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              <div>Yes of course you did-- I was referring to the Google
                news feed reported by Alan. I thought THAT was
                interesting in its omission. Apologies if you thought I
                was referring to your posts Ana!</div>
              <div>Diana<br>
                <br>
                Diana Taylor
                <div>University Professor</div>
                <div>Professor of Performance Studies and Spanish, NYU</div>
                <div>Director, Hemispheric Institute of Performance and
                  Politics</div>
              </div>
              <div><br>
                On Nov 10, 2014, at 3:51 PM, Ana Valdés &lt;<a href="mailto:agora158@gmail.com" target="_blank">agora158@gmail.com</a>&gt;
                wrote:<br>
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              <blockquote type="cite">
                <div><span>----------empyre- soft-skinned
                    space----------------------</span></div>
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              <blockquote type="cite">
                <div>
                  <div dir="ltr">
                    <div>
                      <div>Some quick answers: Jon, check the archives
                        of -empyre and you can read Alicia Migdal&#39;s
                        quotations of Agamben and its Homo Sacer.<br>
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                      And Diana, two days ago I posted to the list the
                      links with live strem to the protests in Mexico
                      when the news of the killed 43 students reached
                      us. And Alicia and me discussed it in the list. <br>
                    </div>
                    Ana<br>
                  </div>
                  <div class="gmail_extra"><br>
                    <div class="gmail_quote">On Mon, Nov 10, 2014 at
                      2:04 PM, Jon McKenzie <span dir="ltr">&lt;<a href="mailto:jvmckenzie@wisc.edu" target="_blank">jvmckenzie@wisc.edu</a>&gt;</span>
                      wrote:<br>
                      <blockquote class="gmail_quote" style="margin:0 0 0 .8ex;border-left:1px #ccc solid;padding-left:1ex">----------empyre-
                        soft-skinned space----------------------<br>
                        <div style="word-wrap:break-word">
                          <div>typographic t/error:  &quot;the neutral
                            observer of vita contemplativa&quot;</div>
                          <div><br>
                          </div>
                          <br>
                          <div>
                            <div>On Nov 10, 2014, at 9:59 AM, Jon
                              McKenzie &lt;<a href="mailto:jvmckenzie@wisc.edu" target="_blank">jvmckenzie@wisc.edu</a>&gt;
                              wrote:</div>
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                              <div style="word-wrap:break-word">I’m
                                enjoying the engagement here, troubling
                                as the topics have been. The posts by
                                Alan, Johannes, Ana, Reinhold, John,
                                Eric and others have been very
                                provocative, and the different speeds
                                and tenors of post-communication is
                                breath-taking. <br>
                                <br>
                                I’ve tried to respond in a slow way, for
                                I think/believe/feel that absolute
                                terror is both unprecedented and yet
                                everyday, as it connects to the slow
                                terror of economic, environmental, and
                                cultural progress-gone-awry. <br>
                                <br>
                                In You Must Change Your Life, Sloterdijk
                                distinguishes vita performativa from
                                both vita contemplativa and vita activa.
                                His figure for Western theoretical man,
                                the neutral observer of vita activa, is
                                one of suspended animation, all head
                                (capital) and no body (Diogenes). In the
                                Art of Life, he traces modernism’s
                                attempts to kill the Man of Logos. <br>
                                <br>
                                The most surprising thing I’ve
                                discovered through our conversations is
                                the uncanny resonance between videoed
                                beheadings and Bataille’s Acephale. The
                                significance of this reverb is as
                                legible as a tarot card. <br>
                                <br>
                                <br>
                                <b><span style="font-size:15px;font-family:Arial;font-weight:normal;vertical-align:baseline;white-space:pre-wrap"><img src="https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/Mg0iqPLvnBrijxY8XwzCYPV4BTo_9Ke9Ku-vOuNtXQlJtrAQFRrNlybSBn5zCk1NgTraus7KjnntLUS_viV4JV1HYR1H9TbE3DaBMkEhhlxQeez9Aq29WLBjveZoXlBOeA" style="border:none" width="227px;" height="321px;"></span></b><br>
                                <br>
                                Are pictographics permitted on this
                                list?<br>
                                <br>
                                Like graphe, the term “performance” is
                                polymorphic enough to stretch from acts
                                of violence (those we call real, actual,
                                unmediated, etc) to violence enacted
                                within theatrical and artistic contexts
                                (those we call artificial,
                                representational, mediated etc.), while
                                also opening up unsettling practices
                                in-between. In &quot;Prison Theatricality in
                                the Romanian Gulag,” Ruxandra Cesereanu
                                describes Cold War prison performances
                                in which guards forced prisoners to
                                reenact the torture of saints and other
                                scenes of blasphemy in grotesque living
                                tableaus. More mundane and profound is
                                the realization that all techniques,
                                performances, experiences are generated
                                via practice, repetition, alternation,
                                fine-tuning, etc. that is, are emergent
                                via graphe.  <br>
                                <br>
                                So by performances I mean actual and
                                enacted acts and the blur from which
                                this distinction emerges, for each act
                                of terror, torture, rape is at once
                                unique, singular, immediate and at same
                                time multiple, citational, mediated by
                                the material environments and symbolic
                                contexts through which it unfolds, those
                                of victim, perpetrator, witness, etc.
                                This holds long before cameras, poets,
                                and speculators arrive (assuming they’re
                                not always on the scene: where I’m
                                coming from techne operates in physis
                                along the lines Deleuze and Guattari
                                staked out as machinic phylum, graphe
                                meets autopoesis).<br>
                                <br>
                                And once media technologies do arrive,
                                they can’t be assumed as external to the
                                performance of violence, merely
                                exploiting the situation, repeating the
                                event, etc. Images and cameras, audio
                                and sound systems themselves carry
                                force, both physical and performative
                                force, to do things not only to
                                witnesses but also to victims and
                                perpetrators. At US prisons at
                                Guantanamo, Bagram, and Abu Ghraib,
                                cameras and images were part of the
                                psychophysical interrogation regime,
                                used to humiliate, intimidate, and
                                psychologically torture detainees, as
                                well as to document and produce
                                “actionable” intelligence. Videos posted
                                online by ISIS and its precursor
                                organizations serve as warnings to other
                                groups and populations, as provocations
                                to the international community, and also
                                as recruitment tools for seasoned and
                                new jihadists. Electronic terror is
                                built atop public electric utilities. <br>
                                <br>
                                To miss the tele-pathy (pathos,
                                suffering, passion at a distance) of
                                anachronistic (wars on) terror is to
                                miss the most proximate of events and
                                all the affective networks in-between,
                                here, for instance, on this listserv.
                                Triads of victim, perpetrators, and
                                witnesses multiply, morph, recombine,
                                and rotate over time and at different
                                scales. Whether one misses the
                                tele-pathy or not, it’s bound to reverb,
                                if not return.<br>
                                <br>
                                “Homo sacre data body” is a term coined
                                a decade ago to tune in the reverb by
                                mashing up Giorgio Agamben and Critical
                                Art Ensemble. If Agamben’s camp signals
                                the democratization and generalization
                                of homo sacre, CAE’s data body doubles
                                the physical body with a virtual double
                                composed of information stored in
                                networked databases. Ideally, homo sacre
                                data body is ubiquitous yet intimately
                                customizable. Facebook meets Acephale.
                                The intersection of homo sacre and data
                                body can be a drone strike, a care
                                package, or getting hauled away by
                                border officials. Its thumbprints are
                                your passport, ID cards, passwords, and
                                cookies.<br>
                                <br>
                                Homo sacre data body emerges as a
                                microcosm of hypergraphe, the
                                metasisizing of graphic violence and
                                graphic media, producing the vast
                                intermittent images of contemporary
                                terror. The society of spectacle of
                                scaffold is as much temporal as spatial,
                                as much rhythm and break as stage and
                                spectacle. Theater and spectacle hook up
                                with visualizations, algorithms, and
                                24/7 dataveillance. Coming and going,
                                mobile biometrics are the happy form of
                                tiny terror.<br>
                                <br>
                                To think and act on links between
                                absolute terror and the globality of
                                economic, cultural environmental
                                devastation is to grapple with the
                                emergence and dissolution of individuals
                                and lifeworlds near and far and to
                                struggle with one’s own performances as
                                victim, perp, and witness. <br>
                                <br>
                                In puppet theory form, today’s
                                installation of global performance might
                                be called “The deaths of God and Man are
                                trying the patience of Gaia.”<br>
                                <br>
                                Jon<br>
                                <br>
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                                  <div>On Nov 10, 2014, at 9:08 AM, Alan
                                    Sondheim &lt;<a href="mailto:sondheim@panix.com" target="_blank">sondheim@panix.com</a>&gt;
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                                    guests current and future; it&#39;s an
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                                    and from my current Google newsfeed
                                    (space and time displacements) -<br>
                                    <br>
                                    Suicide bombing at Nigerian school
                                    kills 47Sydney Morning Herald<br>
                                    Military Plans &#39;Operation No Mercy&#39;
                                    Against Boko <a href="http://haramallafrica.com/" target="_blank">HaramAllAfrica.com</a><br>
                                    Palestinian stabbed Israel soldier
                                    in attack near Tel Aviv train
                                    station, police say<br>
                                    :Palestinians break through West
                                    Bank barrier to mark Berlin Wall
                                    anniversary RT<br>
                                    Egypt jihadists vow loyalty to ISIS
                                    In this Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2014 photo,
                                    smoke rises from explosions
                                    demolishing houses on the Egyptian
                                    side of the border town of Rafah as
                                    seen from the Palestinian side of
                                    Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip.<br>
                                    Cyberespionage group targets
                                    traveling execs through hotel
                                    networks<br>
                                    Russia Says Sanctions Hurting as
                                    Bank Moves to Defend Ruble<br>
                                    Russian Military Encounters With
                                    West at Cold War Levels: Report<br>
                                    Suicide bomber kills 47 boys in
                                    Nigeria school massacre<br>
                                    Daily Mail<span style="white-space:pre-wrap"> </span>
                                    - 1 hour ago<br>
                                    Suicide bomber kills 48 at school
                                    assembly in Nigeria<br>
                                    IBNLive<span style="white-space:pre-wrap"> </span>
                                    - 1 hour ago<br>
                                    UPDATE 3-Suicide bomber kills dozens
                                    at school assembly in Nigeria<br>
                                    Reuters<span style="white-space:pre-wrap"> </span>
                                    - 45 minutes ago<br>
                                    ... * Suicide bomber dressed as
                                    student kills 48, injures 79. *
                                    Detonates device during school&#39;s
                                    morning assembly. * Angry locals
                                    block access to school buildings,
                                    hospital.<br>
                                    Leaders of China and Japan hold
                                    first face-to-face talks amid
                                    tensions CNN<br>
                                    Trending on Google+:Palestinians
                                    break through West Bank barrier to
                                    mark Berlin Wall anniversaryRT<br>
                                    Opinion:Terror attack in Tel Aviv:
                                    Palestinian stabs, critically wounds
                                    IDF soldierJerusalem Post<br>
                                    From Nigeria:Scores Of Insurgents
                                    Killed In Mubi By <a href="http://soldiersnaij.com/" target="_blank">SoldiersNAIJ.COM</a><br>
                                    Clashes with Israel Police settle
                                    down in Arab locales<br>
                                    ISIS gaining followers but losing
                                    leaders?<br>
                                    CBS News<span style="white-space:pre-wrap"> </span>
                                    - 52 minutes ago<br>
                                    CAIRO -- Ansar Beit al-Maqdis, a
                                    jihadi organization based in the
                                    Sinai Peninsula that has carried out
                                    several attacks targeting Egyptian
                                    security forces, has pledged
                                    allegiance to the Islamic State of
                                    Iraq and Syria (ISIS).<br>
                                    African nations counter Ebola&#39;s
                                    tourism damageTimes of Malta<br>
                                    Mali due to declare 108 Ebola-free
                                    after quarantineeNCA<br>
                                    China&#39;s president praises Hong Kong
                                    chief&#39;s handling of democracy
                                    protests<br>
                                    Los Angeles Times<span style="white-space:pre-wrap"> </span>
                                    - 1 hour ago<br>
                                    In a high-profile meeting, Chinese
                                    President Xi Jinping expressed his
                                    support for the Hong Kong
                                    government&#39;s handling of the ongoing
                                    pro-democracy demonstrations even as
                                    student protest leaders seek to
                                    schedule direct talks with central
                                    government ...<br>
                                    Opinion:Russian Forces Provoked West
                                    40 TimesDaily Beast<br>
                                    In Depth:Russia&#39;s &#39;close military
                                    encounters&#39; with Europe
                                    documentedBBC News<br>
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                          forever walk the earth with your eyes turned
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