‘In the anti-worlds of daily struggles the world beyond capitalism is to be found’
Today the Guardian‘s Comment is Free featured a brilliant four minute video as part of its After Capitalism series. In it, Marxist sociologist and Pluto author John Holloway argues that a world after capitalism is already being imagined in a number of local, regional and national struggles against oppression. The video is the first of a six-part series for the Guardian in which an author’s words are accompanied by animation from students at Central Saint Martins college. Here Carolina Aguirre, Lucas Gloppe and Magnus Lenneskog interpret Holloway’s words.
An alternative animation can be found here.
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