East Bay Express, “Seeing State Power Inside the Museum of Capitalism”

In the back corner of the museum, in a dark room that almost feels hidden, there’s a circle of chairs that appear to be upholstered with recycled fair-trade coffee bean sacks. The chairs face an array of screens where visitors can sit, don headphones, and listen to theorists and activists explain visions of anarchism, feminism, and other radical alternatives around which society could be organized. The installation is part of Oliver Ressler’s ongoing “Alternative Economics, Alternative Societies” project.

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