Great review of The Art of Dissent by Andrew Harris published in CITY. Thorough, critical, stimulating.

Contemporary Theatre Review

Review by Sophie Nield. Royal Holloway, University of London . Published online 20th November 2013 in the Routledge Contemporary Theatre Review. Described by its editors as ‘a monument to dissent’ (p. 8), this rich collection of short essays, interven- tions, … Continue reading

brief mention in Architect’s Journal

Ken Worpole – terrific defence of the untamed and unregulated

Latest (post Games) review by Ken Worpole of the book in SPACES 2012  – news and views about Hackney’s built environment from the Hackney Society. Issue 38 Autumn 2012.   After the Party, the hangover and the bill. Even those … Continue reading


Sara Custer of Gutmag on ‘The Art of Dissent: Adventures in London’s Olympic State’ after attending our event hosted by Pages of Hackney. Read here. Review: The Art of Dissent: Adventures in London’s Olympic State 07.08.2012 by Sara Custer. As … Continue reading

AAJ Press

Review by Jeremy Hunt of AAJ Press. The 1948 London Olympics was the last to award medals for singing, painting, dancing and poetry. Art and culture in the current Olympics will always struggle for status in the context of alpha-ego … Continue reading

Guardian books

Sukhdev Sandhu on The Art of Dissent in the Guardian: “A monument to dissent” is what its editors call this timely, handsomely produced rejoinder to the state-sponsored hoopla over the London Olympics. It’s a collection of critical and visual essays … Continue reading

We Love This Book

We Love This Book‘s Danny Arter attended our event at Pages of Hackney bookshop. Read about it here.

FLIP for London Independent Photography

A great issue of FLIP features a review of the book by Frank Orthbandt as well as images by book contributor photographer Chris Dorley-Brown. Coinciding with the start of the Games, this artistic anthology published by East London based Marshgate … Continue reading

Hackney Citizen review July 2012

Off messages from the Olympics opposition By Sarah Birch. Hackney Citizen This new collection of critical writings about the Olympic Games celebrates a variety of local responses to and protests against London 2012 as Sarah Birch discovers The Art of … Continue reading