Nowadays, on the Internet everyone knows you’re a dog. This is not necessarily a bad thing, but not all of the reasons for this are good. The idea of an online presence detached from the body was not a success. A series of interviews dealing with issues such as body positivity, cancelling, CGI, coming-out, fat activism, laws, habits, haterism, intention, cats, conflicts, marginalization, micro-actions, narcissism, passivity, social media, statistics, surveillance, repetition, and the Internet’s age of inquisition.
With contributions by: Kathrin Busch, Wendy Hui Kyong Chun, Caroline Busta, Diedrich Diederichsen, Michael Franz, Hideaki Idetsuki, Lil Internet, Lisa Jo, Daniel Keller, Elisa R. Linn, Markues, Katrin Mayer, Michele di Menna, Inka Meißner, Robert Müller, Lee Stevens, Spiral Theory Test Kitchen, Eske Schlüters, Megan Francis Sullivan, Anna Voswinckel, Peter Wächtler, Seyoung Yoon, Jutta Zimmermann
Future Laws Against Fat Shaming was made possible by Berliner Förderprogramm Künstlerische Forschung.