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NOW IS THE ONLY PLACE WHERE THINGS CAN ACTUALLY HAPPEN:AN INTERVIEW WITH JOE MCPHEE
The saxophonist Joe McPhee talks to Stevphen Shukaitis on the intersections of improvisation, black nationalism, and jazz history in his work.
A MUSICAL PUKING
Alberto Savinio, real name Andrea Francesco Alberto de Chirico (25 August 1891 – 5 May 1952) was an Italian writer, painter, musician, essayist, playwright, set designer and composer. He was the younger brother of the painter Giorgio de Chirico.
MEDIA, SECESSION AND RECESSION
Anthony Iles & Eve Lear
Anthony Iles assembles a personalised and politicised history of UK dance culture in relation to singular and mass unemployment, with accompanying art work by Eve Lear.
CRUEL OPTIMISM OF THE WILL IN BAY AREA PUNK PRODUCTION
Johanna Isaacson examines contradictions of utopianism, authenticity and expressive negation in Bay Area DIY punk.
THE SABOTAGE OF RENT
There is a red line connecting the art colonization of urban spaces, the mode of production specific to knowledge society, and the financial tricks of speculative capitalism. Matteo Pasquinelli on the three dyads: art and metropolis, art and mode of production and art and financial crisis.
AND SOMETIMES THE WHOLE ROOM WOULD BE SINGING:MUSIC, GENDER AND FACTORY LABOUR UNDER INDUSTRIAL CAPITALISM
Emma Robertson, Michael Pickering & Marek Korczynski
How did industrialisation, and subsequently the uptake of broadcast music in factories, come to effect and replace pre-industrial musical forms, and how did women workers react to these changes?
AURAL CONTRACT: FORENSIC LISTENING AND THE REORGANIZATION OF THE SPEAKING-SUBJECT
Lawrence Abu Hamdan
Lawrence Abu Hamdan chronicles how the State utilises the pseudo science of forensic listening to preserve juridical and territorial power.