No. 62, Meltdown (July 2013)

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Table of Contents

                I.   ACTIVISM WEEKEND (Saturday 15 June, 2013)

  1.           Map of Southbank

  2.           Yoko Ono Plastic Ono Band

  3.           Yoko Ono, Between My Head and the Sky (2009)

  4.           Art and Activism

  5.           Let’s Start a Pussy Riot book cover (2013)

  6.           Shaping Our Own Futures

  7.           Yoko Ono Plastic Ono Band publicity shot (2013)

  8.           Double Fantasy Live

  9.           Lennon and Ono, Double fantasy Stripped Down (2010)

10.           The John Lennon Educational Tour Bus

11.           The John Lennon Educational Tour Bus logo

12.           Imagine

                II.  FUTURE NOW WEEKEND (Saturday 22 June, 2013)

13.           Yoko Ono publicity shot (2013)

14.           Instructions

15.           Yoko Ono, Acorn (2013)

16.           Take Me To The Land Of Hell

17.           Yoko Ono Plastic Ono Band, Moonbeams (2013)

18.           Poetry, Activism and the Future

19.           Southbank Festival of Neighbourhood logo

20.           We’re All In This Together

21.           Conservative Party, We’re All In This Together (2010)

22.           Oh Yoko

23.           Yoko Ono’s Meltdown poster (2013)

24.           Meltdown

Our epoch, which presents its own time to itself as made up of numerous and frequently recurring festivals, is in reality an epoch without festivals. Those moments when, under the reign of cyclical time, the community participated in a luxurious expenditure of life, are strictly unavailable to a society where neither community nor expenditure exists outside the circulation of capital. The reality of time has been replaced by its publicity.

– Guy Debord, The Society of the Spectacle (1967)

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