This new collection of essays celebrates the incredible originality of British post-war culture. British art, film, theatre, dance, literature and music have attracted international recognition, from the Angry Young Men to the Sex Pistols to Grayson Perry. Now gaming, the internet and social media enable creative communities to flourish and either fight for social justice – or just be entertained. Can we find the creative inspiration to succeed in a post- capitalist future?
|Title of host publication||Counter Culture UK: A Celebration|
|Editors||R Gillieron, C Robson|
|Place of Publication||Twickenham London|
|Number of pages||19|
|Publication status||Published - Sept 2015|