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The Missing Subject of Accelerationism

By Simon O'Sullivan 12 September 2014

As with utopian modernism and its attempt to separate Geist from Reason, today’s accelerationists have run into the old problem of differentiating t...

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reviews

The Difficult Theory of a Mad World

By Chris Wright 13 August 2014

From its central question, 'what does critical theory have to do with the critique of political economy?', Werner Bonefeld’s new book, reviewed here...

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Not a Drop Left

By Giorgio Agamben 24 June 2014

The relationship between documentation and construction in Walter Benjamin’s work was central to his originality and another bone of amicable conten...

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Nymphomaniac: Sex Against Gender

By Sophie Lewis 7 June 2014

Lars von Trier’s Nymphomaniac considers the feasibility of love with men, and whether heterosexual fucking – or abjuring it – can be women’s s...

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Pedunculated Fandango

By Jonathan Kemp 4 June 2014

Acknowledging the trends of a new cultural-topological turn Jonathan Kemp reads Sha Xin Wei’s recent book on poiesis, enchantment and topology, insi...

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Continuing Business By Other Means: Egypt's Military Economy

By L.S. 30 May 2014

While much analysis has emphasised the flexible, precarious and improvisatory subjectivities of neoliberal ‘post-fordist’ society, the post-crunch...

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fifth column

Notes on Normcore

By Benedict Seymour 29 May 2014

Written in a (normcore-appropriate) low fever, reading these notes over they seem mad enough to make some sense. A response to the great Tom Fran...

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your posts

New Ghettos Burning

By Phil A. Neel 25 August 2014

Ferguson, Missouri. Most of us never would have heard of it, but many have now had the conversation: Where the hell is Ferguson? St. Louis, so...

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your posts

The Path to Freedom - Alexei Gaskarov's Statement

By Alexei Gaskarov 14 August 2014

'If the path to freedom lies through prison, then we are ready to take it.' Here is the closing statement of Alexei Gaskarov, who is facing four years in prison for political protest in Russia.

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your posts

The Grateful Native: British Empire Propaganda in the Internet Age

By Jacob Stringer 13 August 2014

In his review of From Sepoy To Subedar, a former set text for officers and suspiciously grateful first-hand account of an Indian soldier ser...

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Doing More with Less

By Geoffrey Wildanger 4 August 2014

Casco – Office for Art, Design and Theory’s first exhibition in a new building, New Habits, raises crucial questions for Geoffrey Wildanger: what ...

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your posts

A Brief History of The Jobcentre

By Gabriel Bristow 4 August 2014

The Jobcentre has not always existed. A glib statement, yes, but one that is always worth reasserting when discussing such a ubiquitous institution (s...

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your posts

Anti-World Cup and Anti-FIFA Protests in Brazil

By Anon. 17 June 2014

Here are two sites that are updating regularly with infos around the anti-World Cup, anti-FIFA protests in Brazil. You can see that there are a lot of...

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your posts

Cesura//Acceso • Fundraising Party with Mute magazine + Abject Bloc

By Cesura // Acceso 13 June 2014

Limehouse Town Hall   20th June 8pm-3am   Seymour Wright + TBC Ute Kangiesser - Solo Cello Design A Wave  Anthony I...

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Who, or What, is John Kelsey? A Postscript

By Anon 12 June 2014

  I.   At the onset of the summer of 2013, a collection of Artforum articles by a prominent New York City artist, gallerist, and wr...

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