VOL. 42 NO 3/4, 2021, THE WORLDLINESS OF OIL

TABLE OF CONTENTS

4. FOREWORD – Joyce Poot and Anna Sejbæk Torp-Pedersen

5. INTRODUCTION: THE WORLDLINESS OF OIL. RECOGNITION AND RELATIONS – Anne Szefer Karlsen and Helga Nyman

9. THE DREAMS OF THE PEOPLE: BAHIA BENCHEIKH EL FEGOUN’S “DREAM FRAGMENTS” – Natasha Marie Llorens

15. FROM THE “COURT FOR INTERGENERATIONAL CLIMATE CRIMES”: THE LIVES AND DEATHS OF OIL – Ashley Maum

26. RUMINATIONS ON PETROPUBLICS ACROSS BORDERS – Sanaz Sohrabi

36. SHADES: TRACING PETROMODERNITY THROUGH COLOUR IN RAJA’A KHALID’S “SOLAR FLARE, ALWAYS RED” – Murtaza Vali

46. “OIL IS NOT EXTRACTED EASILY, OUR LIVES ARE SACRIFICED FOR IT”: IRANIAN OIL FICTION – Niloufar Nematollahi

50. “VEIN” – Tove Kommedal

52. THEY LOVE ME, THEY LOVE ME NOT: POETICS OF GENERATIONAL RESPONSIBILITY – Marie Skretting

54. WILL THE RAVENS TURN WHITE? ARTISTS JESSIE KLEEMANN AND INUUTEQ STORCH ON GREENLANDIC OIL FUTURES – Anna Sejbæk Torp-Pedersen

63.  IMAGINING ACTIVISM: BLACK, GOLD, DUST – Roshini Kempadoo

69. THE PLASTICITY OF TIME, “MNGRV” – Susanne Kriemann and Ruby de Vos in conversation

78.  VISIBLE PIPELINES IN CONTEMPORARY RUSSIAN VISUAL CULTURE-  María Matilde Morales

86.  SPILLS, CURRENTS, FLOWS: DISRUPTING THE HEGEMONY OF PETROCAPITALISM WITH WATER – Agnieszka Wodzińska

96.  NORTH SEA OIL AND GAS: TANJA ENGELBERTS – Anna-Rosja Haveman

112. ABSTRACTS

116. COLOPHON