Monthly Archives: January 2017

Transgressing the threshold between art and revolution

What is art and what relation there is between it and revolutionary politics, anarchism, is a uniquely modern question born of the alienating social divisions of capitalism.  To address the matter fully would require a reflection well beyond our present … Continue reading

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Freedom against the freedom of speech

With the expansion of neo-fascist and neo-nazi groups in the shadows of ever more racist, xenophobic and sexist “traditional” conservative right-wing political parties, confusion over the significance of the liberal freedom of speech can paralyse radical political criticism and action. … Continue reading

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Architecture beyond truth and falsity: Radicalising feminist interventions in the creation of spaces (i)

Better to live in the provisional than in the definitive. Gaston Bachelard, The Poetics of Space All dissidence, rebellion, revolution has a location, a place.  The relationship between the two has been the subject of an ongoing reflection on the … Continue reading

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Trump and everyday anti-fascism beyond punching Nazis

From roarmag (23/01/2016), and in the wake of the anti-Trump and anti-fascist protests on January 20th, we share a reflection on anti-fascism by Mark Bray (for other parallel reflections, click here) …

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Jaime Alekos: Scenes from other refugee worlds … our world

Jaime Aleko, as video journalist working with such media collectives as Periodismo Humano, has covered and denounced the ravages of contemporary capitalism and recorded the many resilient and courageous forms of resistance to it, with a visual language, can one … Continue reading

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I don’t want to be strong. I want to be vulnerable.

Beware that, when fighting monsters, you yourself do not become a monster… for when you gaze long into the abyss. The abyss gazes also into you. Friedrich Nietzsche, Beyond Good and Evil “[A]ll public assembly is haunted by the police … Continue reading

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Against Trump: J20 Disrupting the taking of power

On the eve of Donald Trump’s inauguration as president of the united states, and in solidarity, we share the calls for protest …  

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Vio.Me, Greece: Creating solidarities within and beyond factory walls

In the past, we have shared, in the english language, news and reflections on the Vio.Me factory occupation-coorperative, in Thessaloniki.  If the occupation remains legally precarious, Vio.Me now stands as an example in europe not only of workers’ self-management, but … Continue reading

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Olivier de Sagazan and the dancing self

(All sculptures, paintings and photographs by Olivier de Sagazin) For Genouni … All pictorial or plastic work is useless: let it then be a monstrosity that frightens servile minds, and not sweetening to decorate the refectories of animals in human … Continue reading

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Nietzsche and anarchy

I don’t say that my values and desires are the right or true ones. For instance, I don’t say that it is right or true to love anarchy and hate domination. I affirm my values. This affirmation is not like … Continue reading

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