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'By chance, in 1980, I was struck by a scene in a TV documentary about republican prisoners in the H blocks... [a] film was shown of men "on the blanket"... It was a strange image of human dignity in the midst of self-created squalor and it was endowed with the mythic power most often associated with art...
Clodagh Kinsella reviews the recent Bibliothèque nationale de France exhibition of their newly acquired Guy Debord archive.