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To Live is to Swerve

By Ann Deslandes 13 November 2013

A Review of Angela Mitropoulos’s Contract and Contagion: From Biopolitics to Oikonomia, Minor Compositions, New York, 2012, by Ann Deslandes &n...

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Is the University a Factory?

By Susan Kelly 10 October 2013

Reviewing Gerald Raunig’s recent book on the industrialisation of knowledge and creativity, Susan Kelly questions how accurate the metaphor of ‘fa...

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Microbial Communism

By Benjamin Noys 24 September 2013

Communist futurist Bruno Jasieński's incredible novel, I Burn Paris, casts a plague upon the crisis-ridden Paris of the 1930s as the backdr...

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From Eternity to Here

By Sean Bonney 3 September 2013

Responding to the publication of a new edition of communard Blanqui's elliptical cosmic work, Eternity by the Stars, Sea...

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The Emancipated Spectator

By Stefan Szczelkun 17 August 2013

This is a set of five essays that follow up themes of the equality of intelligence formulated more than 25 years earlier in The Ignorant Schoolma...

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Ambivalent Variations

By Michael Reid 24 July 2013

Michael Reid submits to the hyper-saturated sound of Scott Walker’s recent album Bish Bosch   1.   Hard to begin this, very....

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Mutatis Mutandis

By Josephine Berry Slater 16 July 2013

Josephine Berry Slater reviews the ASC gallery’s show Mutagen

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Night Terrors

By Matthew Fuller 10 July 2013

Matthew Fuller reviews Jonathan Crary’s 24/7: Late Capitalism and the Ends of Sleep   There are many self-help manuals that promise to cu...

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One or Many Machines

By A Salad of Pearls 2 April 2013

Gerald Raunig, A Thousand Machines, Boston: Semiotext(e), 2010. Reviewed by a Salad of Pearls   Subtitled, ‘A Concise Philosophy of the ...

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