Laboria Cuboniks (b. 2014) is a xenofeminist working group, spread across four countries and three continents. She seeks to dismantle gender and do away with nature as a guarantor for inegalitarian political positions. Her name is an anagram of ‘Nicolas Bourbaki’, a pseudonym under which a group of largely French mathematicians who worked towards an affirmation of abstraction, generality and rigour in mathematics in the early twentieth century.
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