"…work is not a gift that the proletarian could contribute in an exchange of love. Work, properly speaking, is his alienation, not something he divests himself of but something that comes to him from outside: the bourgeois people are the ones who give work. And the relationship to be had with them as workers is always that of asking for work, whether it be humble or sullen, individual or collective. Love is necessarily beyond this obligatory relationship between work and the request for it."
— Jacques Rancière. Proletarian Nights. p. 211. (via marcusoralias)
"The essence of equality is not so much to unify as to declassify, to undo the supposed naturalness of orders and replace it with the controversial figures of division"
— Jacques Rancière (via rianadhivira)
"Images. Millions of images. That’s what I eat."
— William S. Burroughs (via tat-art)
(Source: gypsji, via melvillemifunemtumekonigsberg)
Almost took the bait and got into an argument about the (in)validity of the auteur theory in the Mubi forum. That would’ve been dumb.