Paris 68 Redux

Paris68Redux is the collective alias for a paste up project, conceived by two UK based artists; Dominic McGill and Michael Collins. The project aims both to re-present the graphic work of The Atelier Populaire , created during the Paris Student Uprising in 1968 and to continue in that agitprop tradition, to address present day issues. Many of the issues from 1968 are still with us today, some in a more menacing form . Whilst we have seen many technological advancements underlying social issues remain the same,“Fifty Years and Nothing Has Changed”.

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