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Tibetan Kitsch

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Issue No. 4

Evan Harris

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Issue No. 4

I first glimpsed the Potala Palace behind the bending legs of a prostitute. She swayed, obscuring a vista of the Dalai Lama’s vacant home...

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Issue No. 4

The Land Art of Julie Brook

Robert Assaye

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Issue No. 4

Julie Brook works with the land. Over the past twenty years she has lived and worked in a succession...

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February 2012

Stalker, Writer or Professor? Geoff Dyer's Zona and Genre

Rose McLaren

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February 2012

‘So what kind of a writer am I, reduced to writing a summary of a film?’ wonders Geoff Dyer...

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February 2012

Awst & Walther: A Lexicon of Questions

Francesca Gavin

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February 2012

Awst & Walther are a husband and wife team who create multi-disciplinary art works which range from building a...

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January 2012

The Common Sense Cosmos

Ned Beauman

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January 2012

Worthwhile philosophy is like building matchstick galleons. When Lewis says that all possible worlds are just as real as...

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January 2012

Interview with Ryan Gander

Timothée Chaillou

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January 2012

London-based conceptual artist Ryan Gander masters the art of storytelling through an immensely complex yet subtly coherent body of...

Interview with David Graeber

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December 2011

Ellen Evans & Jon Moses

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December 2011

Six months ago, while preparing to interview David Graeber, I decided to conduct some brief internet research on the renowned anthropologist and activist. Although...

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December 2011

James Richards: Not Blacking Out...

Chris Newlove Horton

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December 2011

Artist James Richards appropriates audio-visual material gathered from a range of sources, which he then edits into elaborate, fragmented...

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December 2011

Egyptian Revolution: Bloody Wednesday (2 February 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,...

The nobility of confusion: occupying the imagination

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November 2011

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 feels like a long time...

 

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