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    Gavin Grindon (2016). Fantasies of Participation: The Situationist Imaginary of New Forms of Labour in Art and Politics. Nordic Journal of Aesthetics 24 (49-50).
    The Situationist International have become a canonical reference point when discussing artists’ participation in political action or activism. This article attempts to decentre the SI from this position, by tracing their theories and representations of political agency and labour. I argue that their notion of agency is deeply conflicted, epitomized by the dual invocations ‘never work/all power to the workers’ councils. I examine how the SI’s representations of agency betray an attraction to and fascination with 1960s reactionary fantasies around brainwashing, (...)
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  2. Gavin Grindon (ed.) (2008). Aesthetics and Radical Politics. Cambridge Scholars.
     
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  3. Gavin Grindon (2011). Team Colors, Uses of a Whirlwind: Movement, Movements, and Contemporary Radical Currents in the United States. Radical Philosophy 169:62.
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