Art collective KNUST originated from the squat and punk scene of the city of Nijmegen. Through the years they gained international fame for their remarkable ste..(read more)
After a crushing political defeat at the UK election, one resource of hope is municipalism. One of the most inspiring examples is Preston council.
“There’s only one way out of the existential fix we’re in. In this issue, we unleash a force to crack the global mind. Welcome to the Mental..(read more)
The new LP by Philadelphia poet and experimental musician Camae Ayewa is even more relentless and dark than “Fetish Bones” from 2016.
This volume investigates the use of the word ‘radical’ in design discourse and practice, tracing precedents, problems and challenges for the future ..(read more)
Field of Battle presents the world today as nothing less than a war in progress, with Mexico an illustrative microcosm of the developing geopolitical scenario: ..(read more)
How do we want democracy in the 21st century to look? What does it look like now? How will we achieve this renewing vision? Democracy is in need of a revolution..(read more)
Propaganda art delivers a message. But, as Jonas Staal argues in this book, propaganda does not merely make a political point; it aims to construct reality itse..(read more)
Lawrence and Wishart is one of the few remaining independent publishing houses in Britain. It is heir to a long intellectual and political tradition, and has al..(read more)
Contents: Planetary Utopias (Angela Davis, Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak and Nikita Dhawan) / What a body can do (Elsa Dorlin) / Hegel’s racism for radicals (Rei..(read more)