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Mute Vol. 3, No. 3 - Becoming Impersonal

By tomclark 19 August 2012

The ways in which the personal can be grasped as political is an exponentially productive legacy of second wave feminism. This idea connects the argum...

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Sniff, Scrape, Crawl... {on privacy, surveillance and our shadowy data-double}

By tomclark 18 May 2012

  Crawling and scraping, the ambient social network creates a portrait of who we are, and maps our demographic character. Where on...

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mute books

TheKnowledge - peer learning for digital strategy in culture

By admin 20 March 2012

It is the knowledge of the use of digital tools in a cultural context from its practitioners that we have called peer learning. Building on the experi...

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Mute Vol. 3, No. 2 - Politics my arse

By mute 17 February 2012

'Well, the first thing I want to say is, politics my arse' Issue 2 includes: cover art by Johnny Spencer * Alberto Toscano on logistics and anarchism ...

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Mute Magazine subscription institutional

By admin 4 January 2012

With the new Mute you get print and eBook copies of the magazine and articles sent via email, live, as they are published. ...

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Anomie/ Bonhomie & Other Writings

By mute 30 November 2011

In this collection of writings, Howard Slater improvises around what Walter Benjamin could have meant by the phrase 'affective classes'. Rather than b...

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Agit Disco

By mute 30 November 2011

Agit Disco collects the playlists of its 23 writers to tell the story of how music has politically influenced and inspired them. The book provides a multi-genre survey of political musics, from a wide range of viewpoints, that goes beyond protest songs into the darker hinterlands of musical meaning.

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Mute Magazine Graphic Design

By admin 11 November 2011

Edited by Simon Worthington, Damian Jaques, Pauline van Mourik Broekman and Adrian Shaughnessy A new history from 8 Books charts the journey that thi...

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