RESISTANCES always in plural, always contested from within, acts that attempt to create small cracks and disrupt the linearity of crisis. We attempt to move away from the spectacularity of resistance, from the heroic representation of certain subjectivities. We tend to focus on the softer, daily acts of resistance that make the invisible visible again. We also recognize acts of resistance that fail, leaving a valuable trace of knowledge for the next act. We see resistance as an ongoing process with no clear destination. We have been accused of being romantics because we believe that noone is free until we are all free – we accept the accusation and continue to explore the affective landscapes fo resistance.