My last four video installations Assemblages, The Life of Particles, Two Maps and Déconnage reexamine the ideas of the philosopher and psychiatrist Félix Guattari on animismic culture as a form of collective subjectivity (collective assemblages of enunciation). These works were realized between 2009 and 2012 in collaboration with Maurizio Lazzarato in the framework of the exhibition Animism curated by Anselm Franke. The 3-channel video installation Assemblages follow the path and thinking of Félix Guattari, as well as the time in his life when he tried to lay a foundation for a fundamental critique of modernist concepts. In an interview we recorded during the Gulf War (1991), Guattari spoke of the emergence of a geography of resistance that arises especially where postcolonial systems are declining. A new de-centered, animistic subjectivity is central for rethinking “the Object, the Other as a potential bearer of dimensions of partial subjectivity, if need be through neurotic phenomena, religious rituals, or aesthetic phenomena.” The installations, Assemblages, Déconnage, Two Maps, The Life of Particles were shown in fall at the Taipei Biennial and in the MACBA in Barcelona.