Patrick Bresnihan is a researcher based in Dublin. His research examines the dynamics of enclosure and the politics of the common in various historical and contemporary contexts. His PhD analysed governmental responses to the problem of overfishing and the way these responses function to police a finite world (nature) within global capitalism. He is part of an autonomous research and education collective called The Provisional University.
Published in: HomeA dialogue on ‘barriers’ to participation and capitalist temporalities
Coming together can make it possible to live more and work less. Doing things collectively is the only way we can be...
Published in: HomeParticipation in (a time of) crisis
We are the ones we have been waiting for. The importance of openness lies in creating spaces and times outside the...