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The day Britain ‘Woke’.

Jun 9th, 2017 | By

Today marks the start of something massive and as yet undefinable for UK politics. This morning, for the third time in two years Britons of the left woke with trepidation as they turned to their news feeds to check the final results of a national vote. Too many times in living memory victory has been

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For the Lack of an Incendiary Subculture: Millennials and Arts Education

Apr 25th, 2017 | By

  The Wheel of Disappointment (On Arts Education) Most people start out studying an art degree with some idea of why they are doing it, or at the least, of what art is. This idea may be hard to articulate, not least due to the low self esteem of the average late teen. It may

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Capitalist Realism: Is Art the Alternative? Dialogue between Mark Fisher and Mike Watson

Mar 22nd, 2017 | By

The following dialogue was first published in 2010 on and subsequently reposted on, a wordpress blog which was opened to coincide with the publication of Mike Watson’s Towards a Conceptual Militancy (Zero Books, May 2016). Following a (targeted or untargeted) hacking incident which bought down thousands of wordpress blogs the dialogue is being

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