Category: Interventions

Book Review – Seances: Re-wiring images in the Amsterdam Underground

Book Review – Seances: Re-wiring images in the Amsterdam Underground E.T.C. Dee 2016, Self-published in an issue of 600 copies. Jeffrey Babcock is well-known in Amsterdam for his underground cinema screenings, which take place in funky venues across the city,

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Book Review – The Autonomous Life? Paradoxes of hierarchy and authority in the squatters movement in Amsterdam

Book Review – The Autonomous Life? Paradoxes of  hierarchy and authority in the squatters movement in Amsterdam NN ISBN: 978-1-7849-9411-2; https://www.oapen.org/view?docId=608061.xhtml Chapter 2: The habitus of emotional sovereignty The following conversation occurred among a small group sitting in a private

Utrecht: Watertower squatted to protest squatban, later evicted

Yesterday (October 1) a water tower in Utrecht (in the Netherlands) was squatted to mark seven years since the criminalisation of squatting. The long empty building (which was already squatted in the past) is a perfect example of the necessity

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On activist research and critical knowledge production

On activist research and critical knowledge production An intervention by Galvão Debelle and Liliana López Abstract This short collection of interviews to the participants of the Antipode Workshop and to the Studies Network for Autonomy (Joan from Xarxa d’Estudis per

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Book review: Simon Springer ‘The Anarchist Roots of Geography’

Squatting as Spatial Emancipation Book review: Simon Springer The Anarchist Roots of Geography: Towards Spatial Emancipation (Minnesota Press 2016) (Download it in zine format here) Simon Springer’s The Anarchist Roots of Geography, published earlier this year, functions both as a

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BOOK REVIEW Seth Tobocman “War in the Neighborhood” 2nd Edition, Ad Astra Comix, 2016. Paperback.

“When will we have a movement that renovates people as well as buildings?” Seth Tobocman, War in the Neighborhood Ad Astra Comix, 2016 re-issue. Paperback. 328 pages. First published by Autonomedia, 2000. BOOK REVIEW by Alan W. Moore ((Download the

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I remember waking up next to you in the morning . . .

This piece explores love within our resistance, and the possibilities that exist outside of capitalist ‘clock time’ and how we can escape them by rejecting notions of waged labour and rent through creating autonomous, squatted spaces. Tweet

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Brixton squatters strike again! New activist message goes up on Acre Lane

We here at Brixton Buzz have grown rather fond of our local persistent squatters, who have proved ready and willing to take over empty/derelict buildings and then decorate them with versions of their much travelled political banner. Tweet

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Short videos on activist research & squatting

These are some answers provided by those who attended the SqEK-Antipode conferences in Barcelona. These videos have not been produced by Trespass. Tweet

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Mapping the Movement: Producing maps of squatted social centres in Western Europe

This text was produced by people working on a project mapping squatted social centres at maps.squat.net. Tweet

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