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“In Grimsby, it was very clear there was a huge disconnect between people’s idea of what power was in the town, and the reality of it. To me, the reality was that power had left the town but had not … Continue reading
This is the text of a talk delivered at the ICA launch of the new edition of Allan Sekula’s 1995 book Fish Story. It was a pleasure to share the stage with Laleh Khalili (author of the excellent new preface), … Continue reading
This brief essay was published in 2013 in the third print issue of the great online film journal La Furia Umana. In Oshima’s critical writings from the period around Night and Fog in Japan (1960), two related terms stand out, … Continue reading
A recent talk on one of the more pernicious manifestations of the “poor man’s cognitive mapping” in the political field.
“At the junction of capital, ecological devastation and apparatuses of domination and inequality (classed, racialised, gendered and otherwise), the question ‘can slow violence be seen?’, and if so how, becomes particularly urgent.” An interview with Mediapolis: A Journal of Cities and … Continue reading
More on the atlas here.