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Our research centres on the question: How can a collective of students engaging in collaborative research constitute a space of study that is attentive to the specific political and economic conditions it finds itself operating from within?

In response to this, the group has produced a radio podcast that seeks to address notions of collective authorship, counter-institutional learning, proliferation in the virtual and the sonic as a tool of infrapolitical resistance.

The project emerged out of the strike by university staff across the UK in March, and is understood as an echo of the spatial, economic and political debates kindled by these conditions. But rather than being the focus of our research, these conditions have been understood to have set the parameters and dictated the urgencies underpinning this project. The result is a sonic experiment that attempts to work from within these parameters, seeking to formulate modes of resistance by assembling, recording and proliferating our collective research.

Click the link below to read the manual on how to assemble, record, and proliferate your own radio podcast, and use it as an addendum to the aural experience you’re about to partake in. ⬇️


Now hit play:


Broadcast schedule: 

Tuesday, May 22nd, 14:15 BST – Live Broadcast of Group Presentation

Wednesday, May 23rd, 14:00 BST – The Sonic Militant

Thursday, May 24th, 14:00 BST – The Problem Student

Friday, May 25th, 14:00 BST – The Copy

Saturday, May 25th, 14:00 BST – The Dividual

Sunday, May 26th, 14:00 BST – The Undead

Tune in daily for each episode. Listen. Assemble. Record. Proliferate. 

x The MA Spatial Biopolitics Class ’18 x



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