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Climates of Fiction: Cinemas from the Capitalocene
Co-op Dialogues: 1966-2016 with Jean Matthee
Readings by Mouth
Genres of the Human
An Endless Suddenness: Thinking with music that resists resistance
The old is dying and the new cannot be born: states, strategies, socialisms
The Eros Effect: Art, Solidarity Movements and the Struggle for Social Justice
L.A. Rebellion Seminar
Public Assets: small-scale arts orgainsations and the production of value
it took forever getting ready to exist: UIQ (the unmaking-of)
UIQ in LOVE_A Love of UIQ : Between Translation and Transduction
In The Year of The Quiet Sun
The Anthropocene Project
In The Year of The Quiet Sun
Travelling Communique
In The Year of The Quiet Sun
After Year Zero / Geographies of Collaboration since 1945
A Cinema of Songs and People : The Films of Anand Patwardhan
The Journey, Peter Watkins
In The National Interest
Medium Earth
Body Tremors: The Geopoetics of Prediction and Premonition
Book Launch
Double Bound Economies
WESTFAILURE
The Militant Image
Holodecks (and Other Spaces)
A Sunken Trembling Recalled Dimly
Thoughtform
The Image in Question III
Turner Prize 2010
The Image In Question III
The Image in Question III
Star City: The Future Under Communism
Turner Prize 2010 publication
Bucharest Biennale 4
Outsider Films on India
Shanay Jhaveri
Harun Farocki: Against What? Against Whom?
Harun Farocki 22 Films 1968-2009
Silvia Maglioni & Graeme Thomson
The Image in Question II
Imag(in)ing_(Hi)storytelling, CA2M Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo
A Long Time Between Suns Part I
The Status of Difference
Audio Poverty
Otolith III
Harun Farocki
ICO Essentials: The Secret Masterpieces of Cinema - Protest
A Long Time Between Suns artists book
SANTHAL FAMILY: positions around an Indian sculpture, Mukha
2nd Riwaq Biennale
Otolith II
Notes On Archives
Otolith II, Casco
Ecotopia: The Second ICP Triennial of Photography and Video
Be silent, for the ears of the god are everywhere
Tate Triennial 2006, New British Art
Subcontingent: The Indian Subcontinent in Contemporary Art
Necessary Journeys
Late at Tate Britain: Black History Month
A Free State
Our House is a House That Moves

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The Otolith Group in Budapest at Blood Mountain
WESTFAILURE

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The Otolith Group - Turner Prize Roundtable discussion: Eyal Sivan, Adrian Rifkin and The Otolith Group

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