your posts

A Critical Review of Anarchism & the City

By PG 16 August 2012

Reposted from The Anvil http://theanvilreview.org/ May 24, 2012 By pg Note from author: This review was orphaned from another an...

more
articles

Editorial Mute 3 #3

By Josephine Berry Slater 15 August 2012

In this issue of Mute, a disagreement over the politics of the ‘We are the 99%’ slogan emerges in articles by Clinical Wasteman and Nick Thoburn. ...

more
magazine

Mute Vol. 3, No. 3 - Becoming Impersonal

By Mute 15 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...

more
your posts

Noam Chomsky: Politics or Science?

By chris knight 12 August 2012

  For over fifty years, Noam Chomsky has been exposing the crimes of the United States military across the world. Less well known is the fact th...

more
your posts

Serco gain sole control of NHS Hospital for the first time in a £160m deal

By Dr Eoin Clarke 29 July 2012

  Whilst one nurse defends the cost of bouncing around on hospital beds for a daft spectacle intended to induce short-lived national euphoria...

more
lab

Call For Submissions: Reinvention of Research Workshop

By mute 25 July 2012

Researching BWPWAP: The Reinvention of Research as Participatory Practice   Call for Participation for an International ...

more
fifth column

Alternative Olympics

By Benedict Seymour 21 July 2012

Should workers be organising their own counter-Olympics today? Or did they already run one back in August 2011? The Tate is screening 'The New...

more
articles

25 Artists and Cultural Workers Divest from Zabludowicz

By BDZ Group (hosted in solidarity by Mute Magazine) 27 July 2021

BDZ Press Release  On 26th July, twenty-five cultural workers announced their divestment and disaffiliation from Zabludowicz Art Projects, the...

more
your posts

Violence and Other Non-Political Actions in the New Cycle of Revolt

By Mikkel Bolt Rasmussen 4 April 2021

Mikkel Bolt Rasmussen contrasts Judith Butler's democratic analysis of Occupy in Notes Toward a Performative Theory of Assembly with the concept of pe...

more
articles

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...

more
articles

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 ...

more
articles

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...

more
articles

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...

more
articles

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 ...

more
articles

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...

more
articles

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...

more
articles

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...

more
articles

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...

more
articles

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...

more