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Nobel in Literature Goes to Defender of Slobodan Milošević (1)
The Lure of Climate Entrepreneurism (1)
Walid Raad Denied Art Prize for Refusing to Denounce BDS Movement (4)
Aichi Triennale Update: Lottery System Used to Limit Access to Reopened Section (1)
Climate Change Is Already Here: How Different Regions of the World Are Coping (1)
Aichi Triennale Update: Censored Section to Reopen (1)
Beleaguered Aichi Triennale Loses Government Grant (1)
What We Talk About When We Talk About Books (1)
Paul Chan: "Our Data, Our Selves" (1)
Alberto Toscano: Living in the Time(s) of Brexit (2)
Hong Kong's "New Normal" (2)
To Decarbonize We Must Decomputerize (2)
The "Fertility Crisis" and the Politics of Reproduction (1)
The Gig Economy Is About Coercion, Not Freedom and "Flexibility" (2)
The New East-West Divide in Europe and Beyond (1)
Lauren Berlant on a Cancer Memoir That "Insists on the Commons of Suffering" (1)
Statement from the Artists’ Guild on the Wider Significance of Aichi Triennale Censorship (1)
The Pleasures and Frustrations of Collaborative Fiction Writing (1)
The Ethics of Childbearing in an Apocalyptic Age (1)
In Defense of Degrowth (1)
Margaret Atwood's Sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale Is a "Dazzling" Triumph (1)
China Experiments with a New Kind of Megalopolis (2)
"There’s Only One Antidote for Climate Despair—Climate Revolt" (1)
Artists and Cultural Workers’ Statement on Gender Equality and “After ‘Freedom of Expression?’” (1)
An Immigrant's Manifesto (1)
Agnès Varda in the Bay Area (1)
The German Arts Community Fights Back Against the AfD's "Culure Wars" (2)
Raoul Vaneigem on Alienation, the Situationists, and Everyday Revolution (1)
Are the Watchers Always Watching?: Interview with an Anonymous Security Operator (1)
Aichi Triennale: CIMAM Expresses "Deep Concern" Over Closure of “After ‘Freedom of Expression?’” (1)