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The current installation "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 concerns 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”.