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— February 04, 2010
A 35 second promo for the Northern Arts Tactical Offensive, to be used at screenings and events (obviously, or quacking for details may be somewhat less effective). NATO was a collective in Manchester who did various subversive and situationist-influenced performances and other artworks, including the March for Capitalism and a spoof tourist guide to Manchester for the Commonwealth Games (2002), directing tourists to the alternative Blitz Festival of international grassroots underground culture, in the form of exhibitions, street theatre, outdoor music, film nights and presentations.
自由文化音樂節 2015 - Freedom Music & Art Fair 2015
— July 12, 2015
自由文化音樂節 2015 Freedom Music & Art Fair 2015
— November 22, 2007
this is a track that i made a while ago.
— October 27, 2016
Kalapaku is a shadow puppet theater performance using traditional folk forms to tell the story of a fairytale kingdom threatened by extractivism.
The One Tree Project
— July 07, 2008
A documentary outlining some of the issues about Tasmanian forestry. One tree that was to be woodchipped for export is given to over 30 artists and craftspeople. The exhibition of the art works and furniture toured Australia for over three years. An on-line auction of the pieces after the exhibition raised over $10,000. As woodchips, the tree was valued at $350-$450 if that. What is the value of one tree ?
Cop It Sweet - Occupy Melbourne
— October 30, 2011
Over 1000 people marched from the State Library of Victoria to Treasury Gardens on 29th October 2011 as part of the ongoing Occupy Melbourne protests. Our boys and girls in blue were on the streets again, dodging criticism for the use of brutal strong arm tactics against the public when evicting the Occupy Melbourne protest from City Square on the 21st of October. The police were out in force to protect the people of Melbourne from other people of Melbourne who were undertaking dangerous activities such as walking, gathering in parks, and utilising public spaces to discuss capitalism, democracy and corporate greed.
— January 13, 2008
Welcome to Taring Babi, an activist collective in Jakarta, Indonesia. Taring Babi is an independent community, also known as Marjinal, AFRA (Anti Fasis, Anti Rasis), and Tempe Quality. As a community, they are committed to fighting for equality and justice and often joins forces with local bands, media collectives, and workers' organisations to build events and campaigns that are inclusive and creative. Their home base also serves as a distro where they sell tshirts, badges, pins, and albums they have made, as well as a printing studio.
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