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Pyramid Dead - The Artangel of History

By Christopher Jones 17 April 2014

The Heygate Estate has stood partially empty for several years, a living monument to the expulsion, AKA ‘regeneration’, of working class populatio...

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Liverpool's Docks, Dust and Dirt

By Brian Ashton, David Jacques, Steve Toombs & David Whyte 4 April 2014

While recycling is promoted as universally positive the material processes associated with recycling itself are potentially dangerous. Essays by Brian...

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The Technical Composition of Conceptualism

By Joshua Clover 2 April 2014

If the last four decades of protracted crisis stem from the increasing productivity of capitalist technology, how does culture index this and how (els...

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Value-Form and Avant-Garde

By Daniel Spaulding 27 March 2014

  The theory of programmatism describes the struggle of labour to affirm itself as a class within and against capital. Here Daniel Spaulding e...

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Keeping up with the Pavlovs

By Danny Hayward 19 March 2014

Critics of the grand enterprise of 'crisis-driven' poverty management often take special umbrage at Michael Gove's educational 'Victorianism'. In this...

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Captives of Combination

By Josephine Berry Slater 18 March 2014

In this double review of exhibitions by Camille Henrot and Hannah Höch on display in East London galleries this spring, Josephine Berry Slater sees h...

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The ‘Not’ of Speculative Realism

By Giorgio Cesarale 19 February 2014

Is the movement formerly known as Speculative Realism really as weird as it would wish, or is its free floating negativity the index of a different ki...

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WHAT THE FUCK ARE THEY THINKING? GCC ENTER THE TWILIGHT ZONE

By Leon Trollsky 4 April 2014

A  Godzilla reboot starring Bryan Cranston may be this summer’s big film, but in Glasgow we won’t have to go as far as the multiplex to see a...

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Wandering Abstraction

By Ray Brassier 13 February 2014

Developing a presentation given at the Accelerationism symposium in Berlin December 2013, Ray Brassier draws upon the divergent theories of ...

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Epistemic Panic and the Problem of Life

By Josephine Berry Slater 13 February 2014

In this transcript of a presentation given at the Accelerationism symposium in Berlin December 2013, Josephine Berry Slater questions whether, in the ...

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Momentous and Deflationary Times

By Caroline Heron and Anthony Iles 5 February 2014

A short video conversation between Anthony Iles, Aileen Burns & Johan Lundh, in the context of CCA Derry’s Momentous Times exhibition, which bro...

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Changing Our Minds: A Journey to the Centre of the Brain

By Hannah Proctor & Michael Runyan 4 February 2014

Humans make their own history, but contemporary philosophy seems to be adapting the neo-colonial perspectives of neuroscience to dismiss the idea this...

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