In this wide-ranging and intellectually lively essay, Amber Husain asks if our obsession with replacement is the very thing that is keeping the world in stasis. And, if so, with what might we replace our obsession with replacement?
With references spanning the avant-garde art tec--futurism, and Effective Altruism, and taking in writers from Aristotle to Anne Boyer, Replace Me is a celebration of the possibilities for political transformation inherent in the act of embracing one's own replaceability.
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Amber Husain is a writer and researcher in art history as social history. She is the the author of Replace Me, published by Peninsula Press in 2021, and her essays have appeared or are forthcoming in The Believer, Granta, LA Review of Books, the London Review of Books blog, New Left Review, the New York Times Magazine and The White Review, among other places. 2021
Adult Non Fiction