The philosophy of Gilles Deleuze is increasingly gaining the prestige that its astonishing inventiveness calls for in the Anglo-American theoretical context. His wide-ranging works on the history of philosophy, cinema, […]
Ranciere, Politics and Art, by Tina Chanter Professor Tina Chanter is Head of School of Humanities at Kingston University, London. Her research currently focuses on questions of aesthetics and politics. Recent […]
pdf get it while it lasts… ‘What is a Minor Literature?‘,by Deleuze & Guattari Deleuze and Guattari outline the three characterizing elements of a ‘minor literature’: 1) the deterritorializations of a […]
The US anarchosyndicalist group Recomposition published an article, that is well worth reading, on the same day (uncannily) that I published my last post on black blocs. My last post dealt with the black […]
Great find. Two very interesting fellas doing some dark fancy with the video machines. WATCH.
A segment of a TV progamme on the Wigan artist, Theodore Major
The Possibility of Hope is a short 2007 documentary that accompanied the home release of the brilliant film Children of Men (a film that only becomes more pertinent) focussing on […]