Today, across the world people are engaged in exploring the bounds of locality, community, and commons. From Ramallah and Holon to Caracas and New York, these partly forgotten notions are being both revisited and retrieved. This revival is a sign of the urgent need to find contemporary ways of dealing with existence under capitalism in crisis.
Undoing Property? forms part of this widespread urge. Specifically, it gives the urge more fuel through its specific focus on property, usually thought of as either untouchable or unshakable, and how it can possibly be undone. Here, undoing takes the form of an attitude. This attitude is not of critique, or hammering problems but of a criticality that seeks out and weaves together minor but yet multiple possibilities, emerging between the fissures.