Representation Under Attack

92 pages, 2015
L'Internationale Online is publishing blocks of content dedicated to specific research threads. The first block, Representation under attack, includes articles responding to this statement in the aftermath of the attack on the Charlie Hebdo magazine. The writers Anej Korsika, André Lepecki, Yassin Al Haj Saleh, Banu Karaca and Agency explore the consequences of "representation under attack" for institutions, for the readings of documents and archives, and for general production and interpretation.

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  • Introduction
  • UNDER ATTACK (or Expression in the Age of Selfie-Control)
  • Bourgeois Censorship: No Representation Without Taxation!
  • Syria as a Global Metaphor
  • The Myth of Unfamiliarity
  • Chained Reaction: Freedom of Expression, Historical Censorship and Opposition Movements
  • Club Silencio and the Emptiness of the Square (regarding Tatlin's Whisper)
  • Havana Tribunes
  • A Dangerous State
  • Who Said Fear?
  • Zero for Conduct
  • Thing 001635 (Australia Coat of Arms)
  • "Representation Under Attack" Through the Lens of the Collections and Archives of the Members of L'Internationale
  • Biographies