El pensamiento selvage
[The Savage Mind / La Penseìe sauvage]
This is a text by the Brazilian artist Flavia Pinheiro. For Pinheiro, “This essay is an attempt to ask—in a frustrated and submerged, tear-sunken technology of wording and on behalf of the ones who never had the right to live or who do not belong, or those who have never been here, for those who died right after birth—what it could be if we dream and act together, towards indiscipline and disruption of macrostructures”.
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