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The White Review No. 5 Editorial

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Issue No. 5

The Editors

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Issue No. 5

One of the two editors of The White Review recently committed a faux pas by reacting with undisguised and indeed excessive envy to the revelation...

Interview

Issue No. 5

Interview with Ivan Vladislavić

Jan Steyn

Interview

Issue No. 5

Ivan Vladislavić is one of a handful of writers working in South Africa after apartheid whose work will still...

Art

Issue No. 5

A New Idea of Art: Christoph Schlingensief and the Opera Village Africa

Sarah Hegenbart

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Issue No. 5

I think the Opera Village. . . will lead to a new idea of art, and what will emerge...

Interview

Issue No. 5

Interview with Hans Ulrich Obrist

Ben Eastham

Interview

Issue No. 5

Hans Ulrich Obrist is a compulsive note taker. For the duration of our interview one hand twitches a pen...

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July 2012

Run, Comrades, #YOLO! — Cursory Notes on Radical Hashtag Forms

Huw Lemmey

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July 2012

I’m not up on the Internet, but I hear that is a democratic possibility. People can connect with each...

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July 2012

Theatre's Arab Turn

Tanjil Rashid

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July 2012

Apart from the odd Shakespearean exception, from Othello the Moor of Venice to the Merchant of Venice’s marginal Moroccan...

Interview with Ben Rivers

Art

July 2012

Alice Hattrick

Art

July 2012

Ben Rivers is an artist who makes films. Two Years at Sea, his first feature-length film, was released to cinemas in early May. It’s...

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July 2012

Ways of Submission

Saskia Vogel

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July 2012

On a pale marble fountain in Dubrovnik, I posed. I pretended I too was a stone figure, water gushing...

Interview

July 2012

Interview with David Harvey

Matt Mahon

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July 2012

David Harvey is rare among Left academics: his work is as much appreciated by anarchists and the Occupy movement...

'The Freedom of Speech Itself', or the betrayal of the voice

Art

June 2012

Lorena Muñoz-Alonso

Art

June 2012

‘The instability of an accent, its borrowed and hybridised phonetic form, is testimony not to someone’s origins but only to an unstable and migratory...

 

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