Monthly Archives: May 2014
FILM, LANDSCAPE, POLITICS A screening programme and workshop on militant visual art and the politics of landscape. Saturday 31 May 2014, 1-7.30PM Richard Hoggart Building, Cinema, Goldsmiths, University of London, New Cross 1.00-1.15 Welcome and introduction by Alberto Toscano 1.15-2.45 Screening I: AKA … Continue reading
The manuscript of Cartographies of the Absolute is now with Zero Books, and hopefully to be published by the end of the year. More details to come, in the meantime a visual allegory of its production.
A critical review of Isaac Julien’s film-installation on capital, Playtime, over at Mute.
A new exhibition on images of finance from 1700 to the presentis opening on June 13 in Sunderland, then moving to Hampshire, Southampton and Manchester (all too appropriate perhaps that it is avoiding the capital).