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不産主義 (2017)


Terre Thaemlitz: Deproduction | SD Card & 12" Vinyl EPs | December, 2017 | C.027

  1. Names Have Been Changed (Sound/Reading for Incest Porn) 00:43'00 (h:m's)
    (Excerpt / 抜粋) 1:00 986K MP3 128kB/s
  2. Admit It's Killing You (And Leave) (Sound/Reading for Gay Porn) 00:43'00 (h:m's)
    (Excerpt / 抜粋) 1:00 986K MP3 128kB/s
  3. Bonus: Admit It's Killing You (And Leave) (Piano Solo) 00:13'00 (h:m's)
    (Excerpt / 抜粋) 1:00 986K MP3 128kB/s
  4. Bonus: Names Have Been Changed (DJ Sprinkles' Deeperama) 00:13'00 (h:m's)
    (Excerpt / 抜粋) 1:00 986K MP3 128kB/s
  5. Bonus: Admit It's Killing You (And Leave) (DJ Sprinkles' Deeperama) 00:13'00 (h:m's)
    (Excerpt / 抜粋) 1:00 986K MP3 128kB/s

Deproduction is a forthcoming multi-media album by Terre Thaemlitz, to be sold as an SD card containing audio (48k/24bit AIFF files), video (HD 1920x1080) and texts (PDF). The expected release date is December, 2017 (JP: Comatonse Recordings, C.027). The project was produced with support from documenta 14 and Akademie der Künste der Welt, with the world premiere at documenta 14 in Athens on July 9, 2017.

We live in an era in which dominant LGBT agendas are increasingly revolving around themes of family, matrimony, breeding and military service. The cultural terms for social analyses and organizing around such issues requires an aggressive capitulation to peculiarly Western Humanist notions of the nuclear family, as well as private and public space. As a result, Feminist and Queer critical rejections of family structures (nuclear and otherwise) are increasingly scarce. An ability to understand the abuses of family and domestic violence as symptoms of larger institutionalized dominations becomes virtually impossible.

In a stereotypically familiar and heteronormative manner, the anticipated promise behind today's Queer families is nothing more than the egocentric notion that familial abuses will be resolved by this generation being better parents than the previous generation. What is forever absent are discussions of what it means to deliberately not be a parent, and to deliberately abandon family. They remain as taboo as the notion of celebrating the relief of an abortion.

In Deproduction, Terre Thaemlitz investigates the awkward, uncomfortable and hypocritical power dynamics behind Western Humanist notions of family, and how they function internationally through processes of globalization.

Click here to read the text for "Admit It's Killing You (And Leave)."