articles

In and Out of Art and Work: On the W.A.G.E. Certificate

By Josefine Wikström 3 March 2015

In 2014 W.A.G.E. (Working Artists and the Greater Economy) launched a campaign of certification which ‘publicly recognizes non-profit arts organizat...

more
articles

THE PAST DEVOURS THE FUTURE: PIKETTY'S CAPITAL

By Sander 13 February 2015

Sander casts a critical eye on Thomas Piketty's Capital in the 21st Century and the debates it provoked   Since its English translatio...

more
articles

When the Streets Run Red: For a 21st-Century Anti-Lynching Movement

By Erin Gray 31 January 2015

The heterogeneous elements of the Black Lives Matter movement are fighting white supremacy by confronting gendered domination, capitalism, and the rep...

more
articles

Burning Dwelling Thinking

By Alberto Toscano 13 January 2015

After the Insurrection that was to come The Invisible Committee’s À nos amis assesses the defeats and 'permanent catastrophe' which never stopped. ...

more
articles

Keepsakes: A response to Ray Brassier

By Anna O’Lory 28 December 2014

Responding to the Accelerationist challenge that the Left must re-engage the project of reason, philosopher Ray Brassier has countered that we need to...

more
articles

An eye for an eye and the whole world can see: State Violence, Street Justice

By Alex Gawenda and Ashok Kumar 22 December 2014

Political violence doesn't happen in isolation. If you already knew that, pay attention as Alex Gawenda and Ashok Kumar connect Nat Turner, Ranajit Gu...

more
articles

The Body is Evidence

By Martin Howse 16 December 2014

In his review-collage of Forensis, a book of essays accompanying the recent Forensic Architecture exhibition at Berlin's Haus der Kulturen der Welt, a...

more
your posts

Regeneration Is Violence

By Southwark Notes 24 February 2015

Southwark Notes on the early bloom of London housing struggles in 2015. Reposted from: https://southwarknotes.wordpress.com/2015/02/21/regeneration-is...

more
your posts

Is the Revolution Going to be Communist?

By Mikkel Bolt Rasmussen 6 February 2015

Mikkel Bolt analyses the many global shades of reformism and revolution in an extended discussion of 'what is to be done with the crisis, capitalism a...

more
your posts

Some Notes on Syriza

By Ady Amatia 5 February 2015

Five notes towards averting the most ideologically polarised reactions to Syriza’s victory in Greece (mostly for those not from Greece)   ...

more
your posts

Aylesbury Estate Occupation

By Fight for the Aylesbury 2 February 2015

On Saturday 31 January 2015 a breakaway group from the March for Homes headed south, away from the intended march's destination of City Hall, to occup...

more
your posts

Whose Side Are You On? Response to Coco Fusco, ‘The State of Detention: Performance, Politics, and the Cuban Public’ (e-flux, 3 January 2015)

By RGN 29 January 2015

If anyone were to undertake a protest without official permission in or around Parliament Square – the putative heart of democracy in the UK – they should be aware that there was a high probability that they would be arrested. When Cuban artist, Tania Bruguera, announced, in December 2014, that she was intending to make a performance–protest in Havana’s best-known public square, despite having being denied official permission, her arrest was met with inevitable cries of censorship.

more
your posts

MANIFESTO FOR ZOMBIE-COMMUNISM

By Oxana Timofeeva 12 January 2015

In the initial formulation of the notion of Revolutionary Situation (in his article Mayovka of the Revolutionary Proletariat) Lenin describes two...

more
your posts

The Rectum is a Rave

By Matthew Fuller 9 January 2015

Matthew Fuller reviews CHUBZ: the Demonization of My Working Arse, by Spitzenprodukte London could do with a make-over, a bit of a tastier plotline...

more