An Ethology for a Kinnage Dweller


Cities are a kind of madness. They are where work and play shapeshift days into nights; bricks, tar and halogen, the glue that holds it all together. In this age of neoliberalism, we live to work amidst deep divisions of labour in big radial waves emanating from dense urban centers to the exurbs. Hierarchies peak in three-dimensional representations of power across a city skyline. CVs are the raw currency—we are either chased or chasing that job, no matter how insecure, mundane, and sometimes oppressive. Despite pockets of accumulated wealth, unhappiness looms like a black cloud, and healthcare systems are stretched…


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