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Egyptian Revolution: Bloody Wednesday (2 February 2011)

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December 2011

Omar Robert Hamilton

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December 2011

Almost one year on from the first battles in Tahrir Square, Egypt’s future remains uncertain. Many Egyptians believe that, far from heralding in a...

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November 2011

The nobility of confusion: occupying the imagination

Drew Lyness

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November 2011

The Oakland Police Officers Association in California said something clever recently: ‘As your police officers, we are confused.’ It...

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November 2011

Nude in your hot tub...

Lars Iyer

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November 2011

I. Down from the Mountain   Once upon a time, writers were like gods, and lived in the mountains....

Interview

November 2011

Interview with Margaret Jull Costa

Sam Gordon

Interview

November 2011

On first impressions, this interview with Margaret Jull Costa, happening as it did – for the most part –...

Art

Issue No. 3

Dead Unicorns: Apocalyptic Anxiety in Canadian Art

Vanessa Nicholas

Art

Issue No. 3

David Altmejd’s installation for the Canada Pavilion at the 2007 Venice Biennale was a complex labyrinth of ferns, nests...

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Issue No. 3

Interview with Elmgreen & Dragset

Ben Hunter

Nicholas Shorvon

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Issue No. 3

Michael Elmgreen and Ingar Dragset are among the most innovative, subversive and wickedly funny contemporary artists at work, or...

This is not the place: Perec, the Situationists and Belleville

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October 2011

Karl Whitney

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October 2011

I stood near the columbarium at Père Lachaise cemetery. I was there to see the locker-like vault containing the ashes of Georges Perec, kept...

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October 2011

The White Review No.3 Editorial

The Editors

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October 2011

In the course of putting three issues of The White Review together, the editors have been presented with the...

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October 2011

The New Global Literature? Marjane Satrapi and the Depiction of Conflict in Comics

Jessica Copley

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October 2011

Over the last ten years graphic novels have undergone a transformation in the collective literary consciousness. Readers, editors and...

Borism

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Issue No. 3

Lee Rourke

Oliver Griffin

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Issue No. 3

ES9 is the latest body of work by Oliver Griffin in his archival series The Evaluation of Space. Taken between the summers of 2010...

 

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