Monthly Archives: June 2011

Phil Smith: Footnotes for Apocalypse

[posted on Phil’s behalf. Although I confess to making up the title, to fill the subject field. My apologies in advance. SB] Abstract: these notes have been assembled according to a feeling of precise ambivalence – that from all the … Continue reading

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Oily Anatomies and Toxic Landscapes (Part 1)

The “performance footprint” network held its third and final scheduled meeting in London on May 20th/21st. At our second meeting, in Scotland at Cove Park, the emphasis had been on network members themselves making work in situ, but since this … Continue reading

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