Monthly Archives: June 2014

An English Landscape

An installation by Trevor Paglen, currently on show at Gloucester Road tube station. See also his recent talk ‘Six Landscapes’ (we discuss Trevor’s work at some length in Cartographies). “Although the organizing logic of our nation’s surveillance apparatus is invisibility … Continue reading

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Abstract and Abolish

Some thoughts on the abstraction and abolition of value, from a recent workshop at Goldsmiths.

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What does Marxism sound like?

The Financial Times investigates. One option, synthesising program music and programmatism, is this: Another, which I’d favour – a sonic assault on¬†anything as assured and organic as “worker’s identity” – still rings out from Baku:

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