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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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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 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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Can We Recapture London?

By Josephine Berry 9 May 2018

Artists in the City is a deep red and surprisingly meaty anthology covering 50 years of SPACE Studios’ activities in London. Josephine Berry’s rev...

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ZAD – Rematch

By Common Voices 20 April 2018

On Monday morning, 9 April 2018, shortly before the French police offensive, our friends in the ZAD (Zone á Défendre) circulated this text on the pl...

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Revolutionary Leaflets and Comrade Things

By Anthony Iles 22 March 2018

In his recent Anti-Book, Nicholas Thoburn finds the communist escape hatch leading out of the fortified gulag of commodity-book production. Review by ...

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Cars, Riots & Black Liberation

By Shemon and Arturo 17 November 2020

The US saw some of the largest riots and protests in its history this year in response to the continuing police murder of black people – most recent...

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Eulogy for David Graeber

By Sophie Carapetian 19 October 2020

David Graeber, academic, anthropologist and revolutionary died on 4 September, 2020 in hospital in Venice. To mark his passing and celebrate his life ...

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Struggle against the Algorithm: A View from the Trenches at Reading University

By Anonymous 21 September 2020

The pay and jobs dispute at Reading University is just one battlefield amongst many, linked to a broad pattern of algorithmically and financially...

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Primer′

By Benedict Seymour 15 August 2020

Benedict Seymour's speculative fiction on the post-internet artworld in London dates from June 2013 but points forward to the apotheosis of Trump (dev...

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Adversarial Infrastructure: The Crimean Bridge

By Anna Engelhardt 7 July 2020

Covid-19 relentlessly exposes the destructive preconditions of capitalism today. But states which 'make work and let die' on a pandemic scale as they ...

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Three Class Struggles and a Funeral

By Danny Hayward 18 June 2020

In his review of the recent book Class Power on Zero-Hours (PM Press, 2020), Danny Hayward reflects with enthusiasm on AngryWorkers' attempt...

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Class Power on Zero-Hours (excerpt)

By AngryWorkers 18 June 2020

To coincide with Danny Hayward's review of Class Power on Zero-Hours we asked the AngryWorkers for permission to publish two excerpts from their recen...

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This isn't a Virus, it's a Time Machine

By Benedict Seymour 16 May 2020

In a 2015 London Review of Books essay Fredric Jameson briefly imagines the Bolshevik Party as a kind of time machine. The party is a device by mean...

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Art Strikes: An Inventory

By Stewart Martin 1 May 2020

What does it mean to strike art? A recent upswing of 'art strikes', from the actions against Trump’s inauguration, to the covering of works of art i...

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Solidarity and Collective Autonomy: An Interview with Woodbine

By Rouen dans la Rue 20 April 2020

Woodbine recently published a text on getting organised within the pandemic, ‘Mutual Aid, Social Distancing, and Dual Power in the State of Emergenc...

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On the reactionary developments around immigration at the EU-Turkey border

By Antithesi 16 March 2020

When the government of Turkey decided in the beginning of March to encourage immigrants to cross the borders in Evros, the reaction of the Greek government was to militarize border control, to open fire, injure and kill immigrants and to suspend asylum applications. At the same time, it gave free reign to fascist vigilante groups to engage in attacks...

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Sex, Strikes and Andean Textiles

By Vivienne Richmond 9 March 2020

In her review of Ines Doujak and John Barker’s anthology, Loomshuttles, Warpaths, a materialist history and collaborative meditation on Andean texti...

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