Art Against Empire: On Alliez and Negri's `Peace and War'

Theory, Culture and Society 20 (2):103-108 (2003)
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This article provides a brief commentary on Éric Alliez and Antonio Negri's `Peace and War', focusing mainly on their understanding of political ontology, their analysis of the transformations undergone by the link between sovereignty and warfare, and their attempt to delineate the place of artistic practice within a biopolitics of the multitude.



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