The politics of presence is being overrun by the pure performance of an overriding absence whose liquid-capital movement is more revolutionary than any "art" movement has ever been. All the more reason, then, to infiltrate this liquid-capital movement as an artist whose critical strategies would be both interventionist and multi-faceted in their counter-aesthetical becoming. One of the more interesting ways to perform this regularly scheduled counter-aesthetic becoming would be to align one's fluid identity with a decharacterized notion of networking-value. Instead of placing all of one's work-energy-faith into the solidification of one predetermined identity ("My name is Pete and I'm an electrical engineer at Bivouac"), individuality would now assert itself as a multiplicity of command- control-options routing themselves out into the ever-morphing web of narratological spaces.

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