The central theme of this issue, pulling together much of the visuals and written content, revolves around questions of colonialism, “race”, and racism, both their formation and continuation into the present day.
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This issue is predominantly focused on the area described by some as “militant care infrastructure” – that is, organising that prioritises mutual aid and building networked communities of struggle. It’s been another busy few months. A post-election malaise quickly gave way to a resurgence of interest in the utter necessity to […]
The 27th issue of the OT. As the articles started to arrive and we began to get a sense of the overall issue as a whole, it became clear that the more prevalent focus was on the figure of the state, borders and discipline. Read the whole issue here or […]
This issue’s theme, Apocalypse Now?, looks at the struggles we face as we head into a rapidly evaporating future. A number of articles explore the many forms, histories and potentials of living and organising at the ends of worlds.
This issue, we look to unpack the relationship between art and gentrification, focussing on different aspects of how art and the “creative industries” work in concert with the overlapping interests of state and capital to act as a dynamic force behind the twin processes of dispossession and capital accumulation to […]
The primary focus of the issue is an examination of mental health and madness; its relevance within contemporary society and its centrality within multiple struggles against the oppression of the state and capitalism.
The 23rd edition of The OT, in which we turn our eyes to the role of Technology, investigating multiple aspects of the machines and networks that shape our world. Copies of OT23 will be distributed at events and within communities throughout the next three months.