Zero Squared #36: Superstructural Berlin

Sep 16th, 2015 | By | Category: Articles, Zero Squared

zerosquared36Nicolas Hausdorf is an independent artist and writer living in Berlin. He writes for Vice Berlin and his book Superstructural Berlin is due out on September 25th from Zero Books.

Superstructural Berlin is an experimental sociology of the city of Berlin. A mix of pamphlet-polemic, cultural critique, and weird colourful mapping enterprise. It tries to investigate the city as a series of infrastructures: drugs, nightclubs, arts, new economy and tourism.

In this episode you’ll hear from Slavoj Zizek, They Might Be Giants, the Krautrock band Can, Norman Mailer, Marshall McLuhan, Terence McKenna, Kid606, and the BBC.

Here are the links to an article of the CIA's connection to Abstract Expressionism, an essay in French entitled “Secret Warfare in France,” and a link to Cobra res.

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