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What does it mean to witness terror, and what role do images play in how we comprehend acts of violence?
Perverting the Power Vertical: Politics and Aesthetics in the Global East (PPV) is an experimental UCL-based platform that organises talks, reading groups, workshops, and exhibitions that address and challenge power structures in the post-Soviet and post-socialist world.
The Medieval to Modern Art Group stems from a collaboration of PhD candidates from the History of Art Department. Considering our respective fields of research, which range across centuries and continents, we created a student-led group that would reflect our various and interdisciplinary interests.
A forum conceived for those committed to the continuing relevance of Marxism for cultural analysis where "Marxism" and "culture" are considered here in a broad sense.
An exhibition which reflected on how we decipher the perils of production, and how perceptions of risk have changed over time.
An exhibition which featured prints from the early, highly volatile years of the French Revolution.