Criticism &c. recommends Ken Knabb’s recent retrospective analysis of the significance of the Occupy movement (“Looking Back on Occupy“), originally composed for a French audience. Knabb has very little criticism to offer of the movement. In our opinion, the chief weakness of his analysis is revealed by his response to this question, “Would you agree […]
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Ken Knabb, translator and author of Public Secrets, has released an enthusiastic statement (“The Awakening in America“) on the Occupy Wall Street movement.
Writer and translator Ken Knabb has made a handful of his translations of texts by Asger Jorn available on Bureau of Public Secrets, his extensive web site. Jorn—a Danish artist and revolutionary thinker—played an important role in the early period of the Situationist International. These texts appear in a collection of translations of Jorn’s work […]