Anarchitexts: A Subsol Anthology

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Autonomedia, 2003 - Art - 367 pages
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Radical essays from the global underground on art, technology, autonomous culture and the politics of the future. Writers and artists from Russia, Romania, India, Yugoslavia, Hungary, Italy, Germany, Mexico, Slovenia, Poland, Austria, England, Croatia, Japan, Latvia, Bulgaria, the Netherlands, Canada, France, Australia, Spain and the US.
 

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Contents

I
9
II
16
III
22
IV
29
V
34
VI
42
VII
48
VIII
58
XXX
183
XXXI
189
XXXII
194
XXXIII
203
XXXIV
207
XXXV
215
XXXVI
221
XXXVII
226

IX
63
X
68
XI
73
XII
80
XIII
86
XIV
92
XV
98
XVI
107
XVII
111
XVIII
115
XIX
123
XX
129
XXI
134
XXII
138
XXIII
141
XXIV
147
XXV
153
XXVI
157
XXVII
165
XXVIII
169
XXIX
177
XXXVIII
232
XXXIX
238
XL
241
XLI
248
XLII
252
XLIII
258
XLIV
262
XLV
268
XLVI
275
XLVII
279
XLVIII
284
XLIX
287
L
298
LI
302
LII
313
LIII
322
LIV
327
LV
333
LVI
344
LVII
358
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SUBSOL is an international group of Anarchitects working to battle the oppressive encroachment into public spaces by institutions, corporations and urban planners. They attempt to raise awareness of how spaces are used and perceived by transforming their common uses.

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