Whitechapel, although known to the public before Jack the Ripper as a crime-ridden slum, developed into a Gothic space because of the murders.
Introducing the concept of proletarianisation by philosopher Bernard Stiegler and how such methodologies can act as de-proletarianisation tactics in music.
Throughout their history superhero comics have both reflected and provided critiques of the shifting social and political climates in which they were produced.
Tracing the representations of Whitechapel in the London press from 1888 onwards, from the geographical setting of the Jack The Ripper murders.
The hidden meanings, dynamics, artefacts and identities in today’s punk scenes; true social-historical memories between the digital, the retro and contemporary practices.