radical imagination (i.e. those imaginaries that seek transformation) is something we do; it is not a possession to be ‘had’, but a process that must be continually engaged and reengaged, negotiated and renegotiated. The cultivation of a shared imagination is ‘an active process, not a steady state’ (Haiven and Khasnabish 2014: 7), and always exists in tension with competing imaginaries. To facilitate its transformative potential requires active sustenance.