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Radical Housing and Socially-Engaged Art

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Nameless Here for Evermore brought together artistic practices that ask us to reflect on our implicit involvement in collective suffering, whether in the violence of Kashmir over the last decade, the Punjab and Delhi riots of 1984, the occupation of Afghanistan, the ‘greenhunt’ in the forests of Bastar, the competition and alienation of capitalist Taipei, or the anti-Communist purge of 1960s Indonesia. Our inability to adequately address and transform the wounds of collective trauma has often resulted in silence or stigma and the erection of all kinds of psychic and social barriers. Many such traumas have proven resistant to treatment in the traditional psychoanalytic clinic, while the social core of these traumas has been left more or less untouched by the various psy-professions.