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"We walk like a ghost"

>Since Giuliani crushed it in the 1990s, New York City nightlife has more or less been vestigial. The global security consultant's smash job on Fun City coincided with the anti-rave laws being passed against joyful assembly in the UK.

Sandbox Democracies

The 20th Jornadas de Estudio de la Imagen is the kind of luxurious discussion event that happens regularly here in Madrid.

Losing My Human Form...

Families standing in the flooded Plaza de Mayo in Buenos Aires, holding photos of their disappeared, 1983. Photo by Daniel García

Art Writing: Why Do They Do It?

There's a roundtable at Housing Works Bookstore this week put on by OWS Arts & Labor called “Art Writing as Craft, Labor, and Art.” It harks back to the time when critics were also called “art workers,” a term that encompassed everyone in the art world system.

Berardi and Lovink call to hack the world financial systems...

Franco “Bifo” Berardi and Geert Lovink, A Call to the Army of Love and to the Army of Software
October 2011. The fight opposing financial dictatorship is erupting.

New Old Stories from the Other Situationists

review of Expect Anything Fear Nothing: The Situationist Movement in Scandinavia and Elsewhere
edited by Mikkel Bolt Rasmussen and Jakob Jakobsen
with contributions by Peter Laugesen, Carl Nørrested, Fabian Tompsett, Gordon Fazakerley, Jacqueline de Jong, Hardy Strid, Karen Kurczynski, Stewart Home and the editors
Nebula (Copenhagen) and Autonomedia (Brooklyn), 2011

Concrete for Bodies

A sprawling exhibition now at Museo Reina Sofia (through October 3, 2011; then traveling), “Magnetized Space” looks at the work of the junior partner of the Brazilian Grupo Frente. Pape was a co-founder of that 1954 initiative with the better known Hélio Oiticica and Lygia Clark.

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