Litany of Precariat
a book
A5 format, 500 copies
published by AVU Publishing

Litany of Precariat presents a selection of an artistic activities which I organized between 2011 and 2015. The publication focuses on documentation of participatory events that took place over a two years period, and were then presented on his internet blogs: Third Family of Objects and Confrontational Readings. These activities were part of an attempt to find a critical perception of the means of production as it exists today within our knowledge-based economies. The book includes two essays to summarize this period and to define possible emancipation strategies that would allow digital technology users and infrastructure users to emerge from their highly precarious living situations.