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By Neil Perryman, Sue Perryman

One woman's awfully sweary, thoroughly unofficial, yet sometimes insightful consultant to the final 26 episodes of the cult BBC technological know-how fiction sequence Blake's 7. This booklet collects the second one 1/2 the reasonably winning Adventures with the spouse and Blake web publication ('Aftermath' to 'Blake') and contains a new advent, unique episode annotations, a foreword through Una McCormack, and a brand new interview with Sue.

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The result was a modernist discourse centered on the theatrical struggle between good and evil images, and defined by heroic acts of exposure and revelation against the nefarious forces of duplicity and reification. Artists would wage war on the instrumentalizing powers of representation on behalf of the chaotic integrity of lived experience. This remained, of course, a deeply and self-consciously ethical tendency: a battle for the heart and mind of the modern subject. It sought to produce viewers more sensitive to the singularity and difference of the world around them, and less reliant on simplistic or reductive systems of meaning in trying to comprehend that world.

It thus forecloses the possibility that creative insight might be generated through less proprietary forms of compositional agency. That is, rather than viewing agency as the unique property of specific individuals, seeing it instead as fluid and transpositional over the course of a given creative action. 4 —— The riSK of diverSiTy nature in her physical creation points the way we have to take in the moral. not until the strife of elemental forces in the lower organisms has been assuaged does she turn to the nobler creation of physical man.

In the process of developing the pump sites, Dialogue’s members came to realize their importance as gathering points for women and children—one of the few spaces in which they could meet and interact socially. This led in turn to the development of Children’s Temples (Pilla Gudi) that could function as centers for activity and exchange among young people in the village. Autonomy, Antagonism, and the Aesthetic —— 27 Altaf views the collaborative interactions among artists and village residents, and between Adivasi and non-Adivasi, that occur in these projects as decisive.

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