Revolution is a wonderfully ambivalent word. It evokes circular motion, as well as the revolts that occasionally jolt linear time. Rituals and ruptures. Crisis or cycle? Zoë Skoulding’s inspired sequence of 360 short poems, based around the French Republican Calendar introduced in 1793 – one of the short-lived reforms designed to sweep away the ancien […]
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