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On the way to the place we are already making, you will feel fear, trepidation, concern, and disorientation.

DISORIENT was borne out of the disorienting synthesis of where we were and where we’re going. 

DISORIENT emanates from the liminal space between a corporate branding initiative and a radically altruistic endeavor.

We are a loose network of agents of disorientation, all with various skills, areas of expertise, public relations, and dual passports.

We take on strategic communications challenges pro bono, build transformative social movements above & under ground, and find ways to disorient ourselves from the bloodthirsty capital engine that oversimplifies complex beings and subdues musical noise.

Points of Reference

The Undercommons: Fugitive Planning & Black Study | Stefano Harney & Fred Moten (2013).

Can the Subaltern Speak? | Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak (1988).

Pedagogy of the Oppressed | Paulo Freire (1968).

Words to Intellectuals | Fidel Castro (1961).

Embracing Indeterminacy: On Being a Liminal Professional | Cara Reed & Robyn Thomas (2019).

On Contradiction | Mao Zedong (1937).

The Society of the Spectacle
| Guy Debord (1967).

Prison Notebooks | Antonio Gramsci (1929-1935).