Voltage, February 2001
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In the Voltage Issue, TANK called for revolution, promising to provide “ignition for the nation” with stories of political upheaval and radical transformation. Zapatista commander Subcomandante Marcos recounts political insurrection in Mexico Ekow Eshun tells us why the 1990s were wrong in a pithy reflection on the culture and politics of the preceding decade Edy Poppy writes poetry about sex and language Plus, Martin Parr shoots images of mass consumption under the cherry blossoms of Japan, Zeina B. Ghandour reports on the evolving politics of Haiti and Michael Baumgarten dresses models in Play-Doh (hair included)