An Interview with Patricia Reed
In Rupert Journal, (Vilnius), 2022. Link
The expression ‘horizonless future’ is a comradely provocation towards discourses pronouncing the cancellation of futurity. The main claim is that the horizon is no longer a relevant spatial or linguistic referent of orientation within and for planetary conditions of coexistence. Since distinct historical epochs are identifiable through the specific ways in which knowledge is organised and adjudicated, which in turn yield practices and artefacts (conceptual, gestural and material) that reflect those arrangements, then it can also be said that historical epochs produce a specific figuration of space as well.
Patricia Reed, "An Interview with Patricia Reed", with Tautvydas Urbelis in Rupert Journal, (Vilnius), 2022. Link