A dark, brilliant book. --Michael Hardt, Artforum
A humane and bracingly splenetic counterblast. --Steven Poole, New Statesman
[An] intelligent and intriguing discussion of how modern monopoly capitalism insinuates itself into the most intimate aspects of our lives... 24/7 is a masterful exploration of the place of the human individual, their dreams and the future of the species in today's age of nonstop neoliberal capitalism and its multitude of manifestations. --Counterpunch
About the Author
Jonathan Crary is Meyer Schapiro Professor of Modern Art and Theory at Columbia University. His books include 'Techniques of the Observer' and 'Suspensions of Perception.'