Tag Archives: Ross Domoney

Hong Kong Wears Black

From Roarmag (21/11/2019), a film telling of the Hong Kong insurrection, by Ross Domoney … Since early June, a huge protest movement has erupted in the semi-autonomous region of Hong Kong against the encroaching rule of China. What started as … Continue reading

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From Gazi to Gezi – a stone’s throw away

A new film on the Gezi uprising by Ross Domoney captures the poetry behind a rebellion; the art of resistance and the power of the spoken word.

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Mapping the state of exception: greece

Sharing the interventions of the collective The City at the time of Crisis … Landscapes of Emergency is a brief glance over the undeclared state of emergency that casts its shadow over the functions and the phenomena of public space … Continue reading

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Trials of/in greece

Greece lived, on the 26th of september, another one day general strike, the first faced by the new government, and one of many that has marked Greece's recent history.  A question arises: of what value are one day general strikes?  … Continue reading

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