Acknowledgement of the Sámi people

OCA acknowledges the Sámi as one people, and as the Indigenous people of the Fennoscandian region. On the land of this region, Sápmi, the Sámi people have lived since time immemorial, respectfully harvesting from nature by fishing, farming, hunting and following reindeer, amongst other activities.

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The State of Things
  • Publication

The State of Things

  • English
  • 2012
  • Price: € 12.80 + postage
  • 288 Pages
  • Paperback
  • Published by OCA / Koenig Books, London
  • ISBN: 978-82-92495-18-6
  • Out of stock

The State of Things brings together essays by Franco Berardi, Leo Bersani, Judith Butler, T.J. Clark, Jan Egeland, Fawaz A. Gerges, Jacques Rancière, Saskia Sassen, Vandana Shiva and Eyal Weizman as commissioned by OCA as part of Norway’s official representation in the 54th edition of the Venice Biennale. The State of Things aims to tackle the ‘state of things’ today, drawing from the speakers’ fields of activity and research, and from what they consider the intellectual and political priorities of today. The overall programme took its cue from the Nansen Passport, created by Norwegian diplomat and explorer Fridtjof Nansen at the end of World War I in an attempt to enable refugees to move across borders in search of political and intellectual shelter.

The State of Things is edited by OCA’s director, Marta Kuzma and OCA’s associate curator, Pablo Lafuente, together with Peter Osborne, director of the Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy at Kingston University, London. This title has been published in association with Università Iuav di Venezia’s Research Unit ‘Venice Biennale Study Group – Fare Mostre’ and with the support of Fritt Ord.

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