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Aaron Swartz, internet pioneer and information activist, dead at 26

By Various 15 January 2013

Wired article on the news of Aaron Swartz's death Reposted from: http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive/2013-01/12/aaron-swartz Farewell to Aaron Swar...

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Support the occupation of UCL - stop UCL evicting people in East London

By Ben 29 November 2012

UCL university is occupied in support of the 300 people on Carpenters Estate in East London facing eviction by the college to make way for student apa...

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We Did It

By Mute 29 November 2012

‘We’ did it!   Mute has managed to raise more than £6,017 towards continuing to pay all of the writers, artists, illustrators...

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A Short History of Payday Lending

By anthony 27 November 2012

Reposted from: http://www.historyworkshop.org.uk/a-short-history-of-payday-lending/ By Carl Packman Pick up any newspaper, or go on to any news-rela...

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By mute 24 October 2012

/* * * CONFIGURATION VARIABLES: EDIT BEFORE PASTING INTO YOUR WEBPAGE * * */ var disqus_shortname = 'mutemagazine'; // required: replace ex...

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Mute Issue Launch and Party Friday 16 November

By Mute 23 October 2012

Viral Utopias November 16th – 7PM til 1AM @ Limehouse Town Hall Panics, plagues, and politics. Countless times the death of politics, utopia and ...

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Anniversary – an act of memory: Act 47

By Beaconsfield 20 October 2012

Tuesday 13 November at 1.30pm in the Nave, Southwark Cathedral, London Bridge SE1  Monica Ross and Children from Class 4, The Cathedral Pri...

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'To refuse meaning or to create new narratives?' An interview with the editors of Teflon

By Lotte L.S. 1 July 2019

The Greek literary magazine Teflon was formed in 2009 to counter the conservatism of already existing poetry publications in Greece. In this interview...

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Antimatter

By Sean Bonney 12 June 2019

1   When you were scratching your name into the mirror another few hundred people died. I guess they exist outside the borderline of what y...

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How It Is

By Sophie Carapetian 1 May 2019

An introduction by Nick Thoburn

Communist publishing, in its forms, processes, and relations, is traversed by crisis. This is not a lament, for crisis is its condition of existence, intrinsic to its singular quality and allure. Communist publishing emerges from conditions that are fundamentally hostile, and succeeds only insofar as it interrogates and undermines these conditions — it can have no happy accommodation with capitalist society.

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Free speech and the ‘snowflake’

By Keston Sutherland 1 April 2019

If, as advocates of free speech would have it, to speak the truth is to necessarily cause offence, what, asks Keston Sutherland, is the origin of the ...

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Re-gendering the Indebted Man: Female Subjectivity in the Argentine Financial Crisis

By George Jepson 20 March 2019

The austerity programme imposed by the IMF after Argentina’s 2001 economic crisis, far from imposing debt universally as Maurizio Lazzarato’s figu...

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MEMES WITH FORCE – LESSONS FROM THE YELLOW VESTS

By Paul Torino & Adrian Wohlleben 26 February 2019

People have theorised recent social movements as memes before. However, they tend to make the phrase eclipse the content, placing the (representationa...

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Towards an Apotropaic Avant-Garde

By Daniel Spaulding 14 February 2019

This review of T.J. Clark’s 2013 book Picasso and Truth: From Cubism to Guernica first appeared on the website The Claudius App in 2014. It is repub...

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Something out of Nothing: Marcia Tucker, Jeffrey Deitch and the De-regulation of the Contemporary-Museum Model

By Nizan Shaked 13 January 2019

This article is republished on the occasion of the exhibition Andy Warhol—From A to B and Back Again, at the Whitney Museum of American Art, Ne...

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Extracts From The Counsel of Spent

By Inventory 28 September 2018

Drawing upon the divagating adventures of the fondly missed Inventory journal (1995-2005), Inventory have authored a new book in a series commissioned...

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The Biennial of Very Fine People, On Both Sides

By SDLD50 12 September 2018

Further Thoughts on the Athens Biennale https://shutdownld50.tumblr.com/post/178020810821/further-thoughts-on-the-athens-biennale The Fash and t...

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The Poverty of Truth, the Truth of Poverty

By Daniel Fraser 23 August 2018

I, Tonya, the recent biopic on the figure skating phenomenon from Portland, Oregon, appears to offer little beyond the familiar Hollywood spectacle of...

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Oil is the Devil's Excrement

By David Jacques 3 July 2018

Juan Pablo Pérez Alfonzo was a prominent Venezuelan politician who served two terms in office with the Centrist Betancourt Administration (1947-48 &a...

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