On 11th December, artistic collective Democracia will be in London to screen and discuss their most recent project ORDER. Formed in 2006, the artists are self-identified anarchists who are well-known in the contemporary art scene and radical activist movement of Spain for their politically potent and dynamic interventions. Their work escapes the confines of the
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This text first appeared in the newly released Class War magazine.
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