Weird Economies (W.E), is a journal, programming space and social experimental site that traces economic imaginaries extraordinary to financial arrangements of our time. W.E takes on an expanded chrono-political strategy, wherein past (vindication), present (location), and future (fabrication) are commensurable grounds for the extrapolation of weird—and weirder—economies.

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Trust Studies

"Trust Study #1 centers on a dialogue about the informal and illegal money transfer system originating in South Asia known as hawala. The conversation unfolds in silence through text against a backdrop of still images from a 1960s Pakistani travel guide. As the images move from the background to the foreground, another layer to the structure of hawala emerges. Trust Study #1 is the first in a larger body of work including sculptures, photography, and writing.”
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