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The Warzone Collective is an anti-sectarian punk anarchist organisation active in Belfast since the 1980s. Their most recent social centre was evicted and demolished in 2018 in order to make way for student flats, leaving a hole in the fabric of Belfast’s anti-sectarian alternative culture.
Before it closed, Jim Donaghey engaged in a process of creative ethnography with the Warzone Collective to produce a dialectogram of the ‘The Centre’ – this is an A0 floor-plan diagram of the space, inscribed with graphic representations of the life and activism of the Warzone Collective. See a digital version online here:
The dialectogram has been published as an A2-size fold-out zine, accompanied with an essay on punk in Belfast and its relationship to nostalgia, sectarianism, the legacy of the Troubles conflict, and gentrification.