Invisible Punishing Machine
[Definition by the Counter Narrative Society]
The ”invisible punishing machine” is an idiomatic, science fiction-esque research concentration that the Society designed in order to examine aesthetically, morally, emotionally, and historically the underlying illegible social, spatial and technological causes that produce inequality and invisible punishment – a consequence of mass imprisonment, political persecution of individuals, the prison-welfare system, urbanization, neoliberal policies and social-urban control in the USA and abroad.
- Thesis Book: “When the invisible punishing machine is everywhere…”
- Online Definition and References: https://sites.google.com/site/counterstate/