Tuesday, 18 September 2012

The Too Easy: a collection of not overly convoluted, not overly worked upon fragments

The Russian Path: a conceptual marker indicating the site of recent excavations of  theoretical events of the early-middle part of the last century, from which has been recovered artefacts of communism's turn towards impossibilism, which was undertaken as a compensatory response to the traumatic  collapse of the worker’s movement into full-spectrum realpolitik. Specifically, The Russian Path refers to the healing process instigated by certain inhabitants of a utopian designed community (self-designated as ‘actually existing socialism’), in their subsequential reflections upon its constraints, as these are engaged with in relation to a growing sense of their having both cut themselves off from, and of their having been cast out of, the human community.