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Writer on culture, cities, diaspora, history, film, prisons, colonialism, education, Marxism. Studied and taught in Australia at Deakin and Melbourne Universities; and in the UK in Manchester University’s Institute for Creative and Cultural Research; before moving to Goldsmiths in 1998, and becoming Academic Director of the Centre for Cultural Studies in 2004-2014. Has held visiting researcher posts in Germany at the South Asia Institute and Institute fur Ethnologie at Heidelberg University, and Visiting Professor posts in InterCultural Studies at Nagoya City University Japan, Zeppelin University and Hamburg University, Germany, Sociology at Mimar Sinan University, Istanbul, Turkey and at the Graduate institute for Social Research and Cultural Studies, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan. Immediate past adjunct Professor of RMIT University, Melbourne and GIAN Visiting Professor Jadavpur Uni Kolkata.

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John Hutnyk. It is by now established that authors writing on diaspora very often engage with the mixed notion of hybridity. We will see that this term also offers …

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Virinder Kalra, ‎Raminder Kaur, ‎John Hutnyk – 2005 – ‎Social Science

Virinder Kalra, Raminder Kaur, John Hutnyk. Hamon, Evelynn (1994) ‘Black (W)holes and the Geometry of Black Female Sexuality’, in More Gender Trouble: …

Bhangra Moves: From Ludhiana to London and Beyond

Anjali Gera Roy – 2010 – ‎Music

Theory, Culture and Society 17(3) (June 2000). and John Hutnyk. “Visibility, Appropriation and Resistance”. Seminar 503 (July 2001). , John Hutnyk and Sanjay …

Travel Worlds: Journeys in Contemporary Cultural Politics

Raminder Kaur, ‎John Hutnyk – 1999 – ‎Social Science

Journeys in Contemporary Cultural Politics Raminder Kaur, John Hutnyk. Travel Worlds was first published by Zed Books Ltd, 7 Cynthia Street, London Nl 9JF, …

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Music and Politics John Hutnyk. that gets destroyed – as in Hanif Kureshi’s hilarious much earlier critique of Sammie’s car being overturned during the riotsin …

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Publication date: 2005. Condition: Very good. The cover is in very good condition, with just slight signs of wear. Internally the book is as new. Content: ‘ Diaspora …

John Hutnyk « Clandestino Festival

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John Hutnyk is Professor and Academic Director of the Centre for Cultural Studies at Goldsmiths College, author of a number of books including The Rumour of …

The Post-Colonial Critic: Interviews, Strategies, Dialogues

Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, ‎Sarah Harasym – 2014 – ‎History

The participants were John Hutnyk, Scott McQuire, Nikos Papastergiadis, and Gayatri Spivak. First published in Melbourne Journal of Politics, Vol. 18, 1986/87.

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Metahaven: Information Skies
Metahaven: Information Skies
Auto Italia || Mumbai Art Room
October 4th – October 30th
Preview: Tuesday October 4th 6-9pm
Withdrawn into the forest, a young couple imagine themselves to be living a life of great danger; as warriors, or dragons. Trying to reason with their sense of self, they remove their VR headsets.
Dreams and waking experience blend and they no longer see their reflections in the screens. The blindfold wraps around their eyes and they seek the edges of a new reality, searching for universal symbols: the stars, the forest, the darkness. Caught between past and future; subject to a new judicial order, pleading a case to an unseeing jury, whose reality is not theirs, who have not seen what they are seeing.
Information Skies is the first UK solo exhibition by the Dutch art and design studio Metahaven. Opening concurrently at Mumbai Art Room, it is also the collective’s first exhibition in India.
Metahaven’s 2016 film project Information Skies weaves new realities, informed by VR. Through a dramatisation of this experiential technology, using live footage and animation, concepts of authenticity and lived experience are positioned as fictional provocations. How might we understand ‘truth’ and ‘law’ in a world of infinitely self-producing belief systems?
Alongside Information Skies, Auto Italia will present Metahaven’s documentary film installation The Sprawl (Propaganda About Propaganda), a 70-minute dive into online and offline truths, fictions, and their sponsors. Guided by commentary of Benjamin H. Bratton, Maryam Monalisa Gharavi, and Peter Pomerantsev, The Sprawl (Propaganda About Propaganda) identifies how planetary-scale interface culture is transforming geopolitics and state power.
Taken together, The Sprawl and Information Skies become a new cinematic topography, creating fragmented territories of images and suggestions, and building a worldview that is at once attractive and terrifying.
Visiting information:
Prview event: October 4th 6-9pm
Exhibition cont. until October 30th, Thurs-Sun 12-5pm
Exhibition will also open for Frieze on Wednesday 5th October
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Founded by Vinca Kruk and Daniel van der Velden, Metahaven is a collective operating on the cutting blade of design, art, aesthetics and politics. Metahaven’s practice consists of projects across design, art, theory, exhibitions, publications, lectures, and filmmaking. Recent solo presentations include ‘The Sprawl’, YCBA, San Francisco (2015), ‘Black Transparency’, Future Gallery, Berlin, (2014), and ‘Islands in the Cloud’, MoMA PS1, New York (2013). Recent group exhibitions include ‘The Eighth Climate (What Does Art Do?)’, 11th Gwangju Bienniale (2016), ‘All of This Belongs to You’, V&A, London (2015), ‘Private Settings: Art After the Internet’, Warsaw Museum of Modern Art (2014), and ‘Immaterial Labour Isn’t Working’, Auto Italia, London, (2013). Recent publications include ‘Black Transparency’ (2015), ‘Can Jokes Bring Down Governments?’ (2013), ‘VOID MYSTIQUE DNA’ in collaboration with Deterritorial Support Group (DSG), published with Auto Italia (2013), and ‘Uncorporate Identity’ (2010). Videos by Metahaven include ‘Home’ (2014), and ‘Interference’ (2015), both for musician, composer and artist Holly Herndon, as part of an ongoing collaboration. Metahaven’s first full-length documentary, ‘The Sprawl (Propaganda about Propaganda)’, premiered at the International Film Festival Rotterdam in 2016.

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Marx Memorial Library On General Strike 12 June 2016

Mapping Exercises: Contexts for the Higher Education Workplace Istanbul Feb 2015

Culture Now in conversation with Antony Gormley at ICA feb 2013

On 26 Jan 2013, a talk at Tate Modern on the Sharjah Art Foundation Biennale proposed theme of New Cultural Cartographies.

Translating Capital – Subversive Festival, Zagreb (1st vid)

Quid pro Quo – Subversive Festival, Zagreb (2nd vid)

Pantomime Terror – inaugural Professorial Lecture 30.9.2008 Goldsmiths

Pantomime Terror MIA as Provocateur (Geissen Lecture): 21 Nov 2013

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Translating Capital in context, politics, struggles

From Subversive Festival Zagreb, May 2014. 

John Hutnyk: Translating Capital in context, politics, struggles
The School of Contemporary Humanities
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the dedication, the prefaces, the first sentence, the tenth/eight chapter, the teaching factory, malignant and parasitic, etc…

[errata: New York Daily Tribune, not herald. Need to clarify that Commodities as title for chapter one in English is not as good as The Commodity. And I fudged the Horace and Dante quotes, was not rude enough about Zombie’s… but otherwise…]

There are lectures on Capital, but they need an edit (wealthy benefactor-fat-cat types are welcome to chip in so we can hire Tarek to cut them – c’mon, be your own aufhebung).

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Pantomime Terror Lecture 30.9.2008

This, here, for the gnawing criticism of the mice, is my inaugural Professorial lecture at Goldsmiths September 30 2008. Details: presented by Professor John Hutnyk of the Centre for Cultural Studies at Goldsmiths. Title: ‘Pantomime Terror: the paranoid commuter and the danger of music’. Introduced by Professor Geoffrey Crossick. Please note there is a missing part at 48;38 where there was a tape changeover. At this point its important to know I discussed the Fun^da^mental video DIY Cookbook, available here: http://dai.ly/aZeu7n and there is a bit of the discussion is missing, but covered in this blog post:http://hutnyk.wordpress.com/2007/05/12/cookbook-diy-video/ – sorry its complicated, but if you like the first 48 mins, then why not watch the short 3 min FDM vid, read the short blog, then return for the eccentric finale! Thanks heaps to Adela for filming this.  http://wp.me/pcKI3-1gc

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Marx Memorial Library On General Strike 12 June 2016

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Mapping Exercises: Contexts for the Higher Education Workplace Istanbul Feb 2015

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Pantomime Terror MIA as Provocateur (Geissen Lecture): 21 Nov 2013

21 Nov 2013 Die Veranstaltung war in der Universitätsbibliothek, in der “grenzlinien” Ausstellung statt.

A ‘cultural project’ runs alongside the war on terror and impacts upon a diverse range of practices, from the militarisation of public policy, through to entertainment, cinema and the music industry (Bhattacharyya 1998:293, 299; 2008, 92). Thus, there might be reason to revisit Walter Benjamin’s essay on the now near impossible role of the storyteller as the site of critique and an alternative to ‘Total War’. The storytelling I have in mind involves a mainstream pop music video that uses humour, gimmicky effects and provocations that stress or otherwise reveal our anxieties. The performer-curator and musician Mathangi Maya Arulpragasam, also known as M.I.A, features as main focus: herself conceived as a prankster character, aiming to undo the unexamined comforts of power, in ways which need to be analysed.

I will examine M.I.A.’s collaboration with Romain Gavras on Born Free (2010) to investigate the way stereotypes that are knocked down seem to threaten to just get right back up again. I take the controversy over M.I.A.’s work as exemplary for a survey of the absurd and often worrying scrapes British South Asian musicians have gotten themselves into under the new civil (un)liberties environment in the contemporary multicultural city and argue that if we can agree that the co-constitution of the war ‘over here’ and ‘over there’ should be recognised differently, then our responses may also need to be different.From the book: http://hutnyk.wordpress.com/2013/12/17/pantomime-terror-music-politics/

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Towards a new Cultural Cartography: Tate Modern 26.1.2013

26 January 2013 Tate Modern Towards a new Cultural Cartography: For this year’s Biennial, which will run from March and to May 2013, Hasegawa proposes ‘a selection of artworks that reassess the Western centrism of knowledge in modern times’. Starting from the metaphor of the courtyard in Islamic architecture, her project focuses on exploring the complexity and diversity of cultures, societies and politics. She calls for a gathering of architects, designers, creators and artists, who will bring together different perspectives and challenge viewers to seek new knowledge by sharing ideas.

In holding a preview debate in London, Tate and The Sharjah Art Foundation open the floor to important questions about international contemporary art that are often simplified, subsumed or ignored. Wael Shawky, one of the participating artists, will talk about his work in relation to transregional politics, religion and history. Sarat Maharaj will explore the notion of ‘new cartographies’, which Hasegawa considers crucial to our understanding of the complexities of global developments in art. Speakers include: Hoor Al-Qasimi, President, Sharjah Art Foundation; Yuko Hasegawa, Curator, Sharjah Biennial 11; Wael Shawky, participating artist; academics and writers Sarat Maharaj and John Hutnyk in conversation; and a question and answer session chaired by Marko Daniel, Tate. Part 6: http://bcove.me/fvugf4wg Part 7: Discussion The entire event: here.

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Culture Now in conversation with Antony Gormley at ICA feb 2013

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Culture Now
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Antony Gormley in conversation with Professor John Hutnyk and Hugh Brody on the subject of Gormley’s Fourth Plinth commission – ‘One & Other’ in 2009.

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Marx at the Movies: Revisiting History, Theory and Practice

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John. Hutnyk. The. cinema. hall. as. a. place. to. sell. Eskimo. Pie. This chapter addresses the question of how, today, to start reading that rich book that is Marx’s …

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John. Hutnyk. The firstpart of this chapter isa straightforward (in some ways) essay which discusses the uses ofSouth Asian music and cultural forms by the band …

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Virinder Kalra, Raminder Kaur, John Hutnyk. Hybrid. Connections. Hybridity and Diaspora It is by now established that authors writing on diaspora very often …

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Critique of Exotica: Music, Politics and the Culture Industry

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Music, Politics and the Culture Industry John Hutnyk. 2. Adorno. at. Womad. The more total society becomes, the greater the reification of the mind and the more …

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John Hutnyk f we are to evaluate the rhetorical media-driven re-imagining of India as having a ashining« future amidst dramatic and transforming geo-political …

Popular Music and Human Rights: Volume I: British and American Music

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John Hutnyk Visiting the Kumars At the end of the last and at the very start of the present century, there emerged a new figure of fun in the British media who has …

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