The second print issue of Red Wedge — the tangible, magazine-format component of a larger project dedicated to “rekindling the revolutionary imagination” which includes a website, conference presentations, and who knows what all else — goes to the printer in a few weeks, so it’s a good time to reserve a copy. Or, better yet, to subscribe. The theme is “Art Against Global Apartheid,” as explained by the editors:
“Apartheid” in today’s world does not describe a particular legal circumstance in this or that corner of the globe. It is, in one way or another, a fact of daily life under neoliberalism. From Gaza to Ferguson, from the favelas of Brazil to the banlieues of France, global capital communicates to us in any political, economic or aesthetic language it can muster: “This world is not yours, and you do not belong here.”
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