Are You Dead? understands itself as an idea, an invitation for us passers-by to ask ourselves precisely that question as we go about our daily business. As I see it, a practice of cognitive and cultural activism at its best: an unexpected interpellation, a wake-up call to confront the passivity and apathy produced by the numbing and lethal imaginaries of neoliberalism. Here are some images of the pieces I found in Tetuán some days ago:
To see more images of Are You Dead’s work in other neighborhoods, click the tag “Are You Dead” in this blog. To see Are You Dead?’s thought-provoking current and earlier projects, visit its Facebook page, Instagram, and webpage.