Hybrid Ludic Engagement: A Manifesto
A manifesto is partial, not balanced. A manifesto is normative, not analytic. A manifesto moves
in declarations, not arguments. A manifesto wants to affect change here and now, not describe
eternal truths. A manifesto is as much a formal performance of its own program as a description
thereof. A manifesto, in short, is a rhetorical intervention that expresses an aesthetic/political
vision through form and content in order to shape the present. (Caws 2001)
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