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Exordium: An Accidental Remainder Introduction: The Missing Mass 1. Art, Politics, Dark Matter: Nine Prologues 2. The Grin of the Archive 3. History That Disturbs the Present 4. Temporary Services 6. The Unnamable 7. Mockstitutions 8. Conclusions: Nights of Amateurs Notes Bibliography Appendix: Artists' Groups Survey 2008 Index

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Gregory Sholette is a New York City based artist, writer and core member of the activist art collective Gulf Labor Coalition. He is the author of Delirium and Resistance (Pluto, 2017), Dark Matter (Pluto, 2010) and co-author of It's The Political Economy, Stupid (Pluto, 2013). He currently teaches in the Queens College Art Department, City University of New York.

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'With great verve and urgency, Gregory Sholette explores the economics of contemporary art production in an era of neoliberalism, and outlines the promises and pitfalls of various tactics of resistance. Dark Matter is a salient call-to-arms to all cultural labourers.' -- Julia Bryan-Wilson, author of Art Workers: Radical Practice in the Vietnam War Era
'The ultimate companion to contemporary activist art. In his exquisite and theoretically informed style Gregory Sholette investigates the problematic functions of art practices in the processes of neoliberal appropriation, but above all the wild, explosive and deterritorialising lines that are drawn in the dark matter between art and politics' -- Gerald Raunig is a philosopher and art theorist who lives in Vienna, Austria. He is the author of Art and Revolution
'Masterfully illuminates the configurations, ideas, and behaviours of collectives dedicated to cultural resistance. Dark Matter is essential reading for anyone concerned with the fate of the avant-garde and the emergence of new possibilities in cultural production that suggest and create alternatives to global capitalism' -- Critical Art Ensemble
'As both active participant and witness Greg Sholette sheds a welcome and overdue light on the dark matter of the so-called art world' -- Hans Haacke, artist
'Focusing primarily on the anti-institutional, collective and politically critical artists that often willingly reject the light of the mainstream galleries and academies, Sholette both highlights a vast array of important contributors to art of the last decade and also challenges the ahistorical assumptions that ground the capitalist art market.' -- Paul B. Jaskot, Professor of Art History at DePaul University
'An important and necessary intervention. Dark Matter is well placed to shift the debate on art's utility back within the domain of labour and value, where it has long been missing' -- Professor John Roberts, University of Wolverhampton

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