The Living Commons Collective was imaged around the kitchen table. It is the outcome of entangled thoughts on race, postcoloniality and capital, with speculative fiction, quantum physics, and ways of knowing and doing not subjected to the rule of universal reason.
The work(s) of the collective is/are a reflection of the inherent counter-disciplinarity of radical thinking. Together, they trace the political as constituted across the various modes of the creative and the material.
I am co-founder and managing editor of LCC.