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"Huxley's Feelies - The Cinema of Sensation in Brave New World" (2006), essay by Laura Frost [Reflux] (1)
Trailer released for new Adam Curtis film "HyperNormalisation" [Frontpage] (5)
A tale of two Chomskys: the military-sponsored scientist and the anarchist activist [Frontpage] (5)
Situationism's failure to confront race and colonialism [Frontpage] (8)
Turkey: art in troubled times [Frontpage] (1)
Rebecca Solnit on regendering New York streets and monuments [Frontpage] (1)
New dept of education rules force data journalists to approve research with UK government [Frontpage] (1)
Why did Colombians reject the historic peace deal with FARC rebels? [Frontpage] (1)
Against the novel [Frontpage] (1)
The dismantling of Calais and the hypocrisy of Fortress Europe [Frontpage] (1)
The curious Cold War origins of Tetris [Frontpage] (1)
CAM St. Louis chief curator resigns amid Kelley Walker controversy [Frontpage] (1)
Was deconstruction an American creation? [Frontpage] (1)
René Magritte on bourgeois art and the Communist Party [Frontpage] (1)
Two novels on art forgery [Frontpage] (1)
Holland Cotter on Agnes Martin [Frontpage] (1)
The long goodbye of social democracy in Latin America [Frontpage] (1)
Alain Badiou: "There exists an essential link between poetry and communism" [Frontpage] (1)
Christopher Schaberg on "airportness" [Frontpage] (1)
The emergence and evolution of Afrosurrealism, 2009–16 [Frontpage] (1)
"Art, Protest, Riot": Recent books on art and agitation [Frontpage] (1)
Frieze London post-Brexit [Frontpage] (1)
Alexander Galloway interviews Sarah Oppenheimer [Frontpage] (1)
In defense of Elena Ferrante's anonymity [Frontpage] (1)
The dictionary of non-notable artists [Frontpage] (1)
Eileen Myles on getting a poem in the New Yorker [Frontpage] (1)
The diminishing returns of “productivity drugs” [Frontpage] (1)
The oppressive reality of Brexit-era London [Frontpage] (1)
Fred Moten in conversation with Wu Tsang [Frontpage] (1)
The world's first AI-composed song sounds a lot like indie rock [Frontpage] (2)