Being a vocal proponent of anarchism and working in the contemporary arts is tough, not least for the constant contradictions and compromises such a position entails. The artworld is complicit with the political and financial mechanisms that the anarchist rails against. As such, any convincing representation of anarchist values requires that an artist deal with the contradictions of their own practice. It is her ability to do this that has convinced me of the strength of Adelita Husni-Bey’s research. The…
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