Check out the new promotional video for RiotLeak
On April 22nd, I presented my project to Faculty and Students at the University of Southern California.
Once I get the video uploaded, I’ll post it here.
The book is divided into two parts. The first attempts a complete diagnosis of the totality of modern capitalist civilization, moving through what the Invisible Committee identify as the “seven circles” of alienation: “self, social relations, work, theeconomy, urbanity, the environment, and to close civilization”. The latter part of the book begins to offer a prescription forrevolutionary struggle based on the formation of communes, or affinity group-style units, in an underground network that will build its forces outside of mainstream politics, and attack in moments of crisis – political, social, environmental – to push towards anti-capitalist revolution. The insurrection envisioned by the Invisible Committee will revolve around “the local appropriation of power by the people, of the physical blocking of the economy and of the annihilation of police forces”.
Sukey: Keeping demonstrators safe, mobile & informed (2011)
Sukey is an application designed to “keep protestors protected and informed during protests.” Per Sukey.org, When (protestors) “see something interesting, (and Sukey) is confident that something has actually happened,” Sukey keeps you updated. Sukey is a tool or application for “keeping protestors, safe, mobile, and informed.” And was inspired by the Live Protest Map (above).
I order to get there you have to pass through a crowd…. It turns violent.
Shooting with flip camera so as not to attract attention
That man there had a knife in his hand. (freeze frame shot of man with knife gesture)
Get punched in head camera down – you can watch footage of your footsteps later…
Note: the sweet split screen
I went looking for video images to compare mine to. Look at this one !
More videos of the December Riots are showing up everyday.