Them, All

Them, All supports feminist, queer and antiracist derivations and deviations of reproductive labour AT THE LEVEL OF the word, sentence, string, command line, stanza, interface and page.

The project derives from research around histories of Queer Net Art works and maga/zines that have addressed questions of access to reproductive resources and medical technologies. For example, the 1970s magazine Sappho in the UK who published poetry and operated as a network for resource sharing across disability, sexuality, race and class struggles, and who used a form of sexuality and gender non-conformity as an expansive mode of collective action. The title also comes from the project The Wife of Them All, an animated spoken opera film that follows a number of characters navigating the intersections of waged and unwaged reproductive work, inspired by Gertrude Stein's 1947 libretto The Mother of Us All.

Them, All also thinks with proponents of Black Feminist and Marxist Feminist thought, who have emphasised the critique of a totality (“All”) from situated knowledge(s) (“Them”). "Them, All" from this perspective means specific standpoints and total transformation.

This online project is hosted with Systerserver, a server run by feminists using free and open source software (FOSS). It acts as a place to learn system administration skills, host services and inspire others to do the same.

What is reproduced at the level of the word, sentence, string, command line, stanza, interface and page? What can be non-reproduced or reproduced otherwise?


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