Without a representation of the operation of the credit system and the knowledge that comes from it, we are limited to sensing debt as simply part of our own experiences, as something natural and determined. In a period in which credit is absorbed into the flow of everyday life, where debt is both everywhere invisible and indeterminate, how can we see capital and map our relation to it?
» Nonsite Author: Steve Buttes
October 13th, 2014
Towards an Art of Landscapes and Loans:
Sergio Chejfec and the Politics of Literary Form