curious article to come across today. i've always been pretty skeptical of "acid communism" & it's interesting to see many of my same reservations expressed by a writer who's public image has a lot to do with defending the legacy of mark fisher


"having visions of transcending your ego and shitting yourself in company is a fundamentally different task to building a new world through collective struggle and the dismantling of capitalist realism"

"20- or 30-year-old film essays, made on a lesser budget than some Patreon-havers — feel far more futuristic than passes for radical YouTubing today"

@bp Considering the sort of style I've aimed to take with my art (whether successful or not) versus most of the shit I've seen lately this feels very fucking real

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