Tag Archives: immaterial labor

Interview With Gary Genosko

Genosko also edited the excellent “Felix Guattari in the Age of Semiocapitalism” issue of Deleuze Studies, which I picked up after hearing Genosko speak at the 2012 Deleuze Studies conference in New Orleans. Advertisements

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SLU Immaterial/Biopolitical Labor I

From Hardt and Negri’s Multitude (pg 108-109): Immaterial labor “creates immaterial products, such as knowledge, information, communication, or an emotional response,” and has two forms, which are typically combined in immaterial labor: 1) It can be primarily intellectual or linguistic … Continue reading

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Notes on Lazzaratto’s “Immaterial Labor”

All page numbers are from Radical Thought in Italy. Empirical/theoretical work -> new conception of contemporary work and its power relations. “Attempt to define technical and subjective-political composition” of this class leads to concept of immaterial labor: “labor that produces … Continue reading

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