David Hoffman recalls documenting the fight back against the city council’s decision to tear down crumbling buildings where squatters were living.
The City Council has been legalising legendary artists’ squats to capitalise on their ‘cool’ factor. But the move has destroyed the scene’s founding principles.
Polish artist Pawel Dziemian made a personal visual record of London’s squatting scene while he lived in a series of occupied houses around the capital.
Darren Davies' high-profile occupations of derelict buildings in Southend are forcing a debate around the lack of housing and support for homeless people in the area.
Despite the British government criminalising residential squatting in 2012, squatting remains a defiant protest against inadequate housing and inequality.
Paul Hawkins draws on zine culture to push back against mainstream poetry in Place Waste Dissent, an account of the era-defining 'No M11 Link Road’ squat protests in the early ‘90s.
Huck visits a new exhibition in Berlin to see how innovative thinkers are using architecture to re-empower communities fragmented by the housing crisis.
Corinna Kern showed a new face to squatting in London when she focussed on the community’s joyful moments.