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Occupations

Regeneration Is Violence

Southwark Notes on the early bloom of London housing struggles in 2015. Reposted from: https://southwarknotes.wordpress.com/2015/02/21/regeneration-is-violence/

On Saturday 31 January 2015 a breakaway group from the March for Homes headed south, away from the intended march's destination of City Hall, to occupy empty housing on the Aylesbury Estate.

There is a website for the occupation: http://fightfortheaylesbury.wordpress.com/

Burning Dwelling Thinking

After the Insurrection that was to come The Invisible Committee’s À nos amis assesses the defeats and 'permanent catastrophe' which never stopped. Alberto Toscano’s extended review, ahead of the book’s English translation, seeks points of agreement among the peaks and pitfalls of a relentless metaphysical attack on network power

 

It is the rule of European culture to organise the death of the art of living.

The Body is Evidence

In his review-collage of Forensis, a book of essays accompanying the recent Forensic Architecture exhibition at Berlin's Haus der Kulturen der Welt, artist Martin Howse discovers not only the materiality of crime-scenes, but of all architecture, to be implicated in death

 

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Forensis Is Forensics Where There Is No Law

During Forensis, an exhibition and conference at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin this Spring, researcher-curators Eyal Weizman and Anselm Franke talked to Gal Kirn and Niloufar Tajeri about the relationship of forensics to emancipatory politics and the aesthetic implications of ‘forensic realism’

 

The Assassination Surge on those Fighting Corruption

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

03 Oct 2014

Reposted from:  http://mg.co.za/article/2014-10-03-the-assassination-surge-on-those-fighting-corruption

 

Good news for the E15 occupation today in court

 

Reposted from: https://www.facebook.com/pages/E15-Open-House-Occupation/1630838387142657?fref=ts

Comets & Barricades: Insurrectionary Imagination in Exile

Imagine history as an infernal kaleidoscopic system in which capital and its cops eternally return to shut down all possibilities of freedom. Could poetry constitute a way of writing that system a death sentence it can neither pronounce nor suppress? Poetry as the imaginative continuation and extension of insurrection, even in defeat?

Open Letter from staff at University of London colleges against the criminalisation of student protest

Whose Rebel City?

In Rebel Cities, David Harvey exhaustively tracks capitalism's turn to real estate speculation and rent extraction, while imagining a reciprocal and reinvigorated urban politics. But his neglect of autonomous urban struggles in '70s Italy and concentration on rights, suggest an adherence to older political forms inadequate to the attack of the social factory – writes Neil Gray

 

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