Visual Identity Politics and Remix Society

Sources & References for “#0: On classification”

Archive Everyday people every day

Besides the literature that is listed below, my self-made database ‘Everyday People Every Day’ was used as reference. When I refer in the text to data from this catalog, it is notated as: [year-month-day-Source-pagenumber]. For instance: “2015-05-20-VK-p5”. You can find this reference at the backside of the physical card from the database.


Sumi Cho, Post-Racialism (Iowa Law Review, 2009).
Nana Adusei-Poku, A Stake in the Unknown (Hogeschool Rotterdam Uitgeverij, 2014)
Stuart Hall (ed), Representation. Cultural representations and signifying practices (Sage Publications, London, 2003, first edition 1997).
Gloria Wekker, White Innocence: Paradoxes of colonialism and race (Duke University Press, 2016),


Florian Cramer, What Is ‘Post-Digital’? (2013)
Annieke Kranenberg, Allochtoon en niet-EU-burger hetzelfde? (De Volkskrant, March 28, 2015, p. 20)
De Volkskrant, Allochtoon erg slecht af op Nederlandse arbeidsmarkt, (De Volkskrant, March 21, 2015,  p2)
Annieke Kranenberg, Vaarwel ‘Marokkaan’, ‘Turk’ en ‘allochtoon’, (De Volkskrant, Juli 11, 2015, p 26)

Online sources

David Notton & Chris Stringer, Who is the type of Homo sapiens? (…, 2015),
Paul Tickell, Racism: A history. (BBC, 2007).
Stuart Hall, Race a floating signifyer (1997, uploaded on Oct. 4, 2006 by,
Algemeen Dagblad (red.), Máxima: De Nederlander bestaat niet. (24-9-07, 30 december 2015).
Marc vanden Eerenbeemt, Musea schrappen woorden als ‘kaffer’ en ‘neger’ uit databank. (De Volkskrant, 9 december 2015, 19:26).
A. Moore, 7 Things Your Colorblind Racist Friend Might Say to You and How to Respond. (February 10, 2014, Atlanta Blackstar)
Gloria Wekker, Zwarte Piet en het zelf- feliciterende zelfbeeld van de kleurenblinde Nederlander (October 22,  2014, Joop).

Interviews & lectures

Lex Bohlmeijer, In gesprek met Zihni Özdil (De Correspondent, April 2014).
Zihni Özdil, Lecture: Zihni Özdil on Institutional Racism (MasterDesign WdKA, 2014)
Nana Adusei-Poku, Inaugural Lecture (Witte de With, Rotterdam, 2014).