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Nele Wulff: “Let us be a gear in the machinery and at the same time the obstacle of its operation.” Some Thoughts on House of Tupamaras’ Manifesto El fracaso es mi estilo
“Let us be a gear in the machinery and at the same time the obstacle of its operation.” Some Thoughts on House of Tupamaras’ Manifesto El fracaso es mi estilo
(S. 317 – 338)

Nele Wulff

“Let us be a gear in the machinery and at the same time the obstacle of its operation.” Some Thoughts on House of Tupamaras’ Manifesto El fracaso es mi estilo

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Nele Wulff

is an arts scholar and cultural producer and is pursuing her PhD in the DFG graduate program “Cultures of Critique” at Leuphana University Lüneburg. Her work focuses on artistic institutional critiques as well as queer-feminist critique. She has worked for various art projects and institutions, including dOCUMENTA (13), the Venice Biennale, and the Hamburg- based exhibition project Krankheit als Metapher. She has published articles in the journal feministische studien and the magazine Kultur und Gespenster.
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  • On Withdrawal—Introduction

    In: Sebastián Eduardo Dávila (Hg.), Rebecca Hanna John (Hg.), Ulrike Jordan (Hg.), Thorsten Schneider (Hg.), Judith Sieber (Hg.), Nele Wulff (Hg.), On Withdrawal—Scenes of Refusal, Disappearance, and Resilience in Art and Cultural Practices

Sebastián  Eduardo Dávila (Hg.), Rebecca Hanna John (Hg.), ...: On Withdrawal—Scenes of Refusal, Disappearance, and Resilience in Art and Cultural Practices

What forms does withdrawal—meaning either that which withdraws itself or which is being withdrawn—take in artistic and cultural practices? What movement(s) does it create or follow in specific contexts, and with what theoretical, material, and political consequences? The contributors of this book address these questions in a variety of writing practices, each focusing on specific scenes. These scenes are organized under three parts that structure the chapters: Passivity, Failure, and Refusal; Disappearance and Remembrance; Resilience and Resistance. Through interviews, artistic and literary texts, visual contributions, and academic texts, the authors explore various modalities of withdrawal ranging from a silencing of critical voices to a political and aesthetic strategy of refusal. The enforced disappearance of government opponents, for instance, may be implemented as a means of state violence, but withdrawing may also mean the decision not to participate in such violence, either through forms of passivity or refusal. Moreover, in the neoliberal logic of resilience, the relationship between subjective agency and imposition from the outside remains tense. The aim of this book is to tackle these tensions, as well as the ambiguities and complexities of withdrawal.

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