The Mundane Afrofuturist Manifesto

McKenzie Wark via Ryan Griffis
“The chastening but hopefully enlivening effect of imagining a world without fantasy bolt-holes: no portals to the Egyptian kingdoms, no deep dives to Drexciya, no flying Africans to whisk us off to the Promised Land.

“The possibilities of a new focus on black humanity: our science, technology, culture, politics, religions, individuality, needs, dreams, hopes, and failings.”
via Facebook http://rhizome.org/editorial/2013/dec/17/mundane-afrofuturist-manifesto/

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