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Wednesday 17 June 2020
Institute of Contemporary Arts
July 2022


This New Left Review article by Owen Hatherley is an extensive history of how London’s geography has been influenced by successive local authority and governmental decision-making. Spanning the 20th century to the present, Hatherley discusses the city’s influence on its inhabitants with optimism for the future.

This excellent analysis by Bedour Alagraa regards the Sudanese revolution as a key to a transnational understanding of liberation.


Since the start of quarantine this writer and photographer has been compiling playlists in line with the ‘gesture of sharing music in a time of anxiety’. A beautiful selection, his recent list take my hand is inspired by Arthur Jafa and Saidiya Hartman and features tracks by Mahalia Jackson, Cat Power and Sweet Honey in the Rock.


Always witty and on point, Gary Younge shares this illuminating short from cultural commentator and hip-hop radio producer Jay Smooth, offering a practical angle on how to challenge racism in your daily interactions and beyond.


This open call from Het Nieuwe Instituut in Rotterdam is for two fellowship positions intended for collectives, each of which will receive a €20,000 stipend. CVs and references are not required, there is no age limit, and applications are welcome from anyone anywhere.

Track of the Day

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