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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.

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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...

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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...

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All the World’s a Platform

By Jacob Bard-Rosenberg 16 December 2014

A dispatch from Berlin on post-internet art by Jacob Bard-Rosenberg reposted from: http://prolapsarian.tumblr.com/post/105025464662/all-the-worlds-a-p...

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Immigrants on hunger strike in Amygdaleza

By Amygdaleza Hunger Strikers 20 November 2014

Update: News report and video interviews with detainees recently released from Amygdaleza   'Hunger strike until freedom' [1] On 17 Nove...

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No Subject

By Peter Conlin 13 October 2014

A short story about information rag picking and unsolicited communication   1. I am the general manager of the international company IFS...

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The Assassination Surge on those Fighting Corruption

By Richard Pithouse 6 October 2014

Political assassinations in South Africa have become a feature sustained by corruption, infighting and the "ruling party's hegemony" 03 Oct 2014 ...

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The inconvenient Muslim: An evening to launch Homegrown

By mute 1 March 2017

“Muslims are only ever the object in an endless national conversation around Islam, rarely invited to define their own narratives. Homegrown ...

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