Hopes: Place Making and Space Creating in Walter Benjamin
If hope were not singular, what would it become? Rather than allow room for an insistent hopelessness, hope has to be connected to the creation of spaces arising from the suspension of dominant organizational logics. There is no longer a ‘straight gate’. There are only threshold conditions and disclosed spaces of interruption. If, now, there is a thinking of hope then it has to be present within a plurality of hopes.
Max Planck Institute for the History of Science