A Visual Assembly is a democratic form of creative collaboration – used to re-imagine new ways to run and organize our social systems.
It is using artistic tools, but this is not only an art project. Mainly it is about a public debate on how to rearrange our social spaces (the Health Care system, Education and so on).
We hope that the tools, developed by Visual Assembly will be used by activists, artists, work collectives and just people – all of us, to rethink how we relate to each other, how we live, study and work.
Visual Assembly was born at the time of the Covid-19 in London as a result of a dialog between David Graeber and Nika Dubrovsky. David died in Venice in September 2020, but we plan to continue the project and make it the celebration of his life in October 2021.
Here is the description of our plans for this year.
Please, join us! Write to firstname.lastname@example.org or just comment on the page.
Here are descriptions of Visual Assemblies.
To organize V-A you will need:
- Two people (or 3-4 if possible) armed with crayons, sprays (we use washable sprays) and communication equipment (phones?)
- A place for the Assembly (from a friend’s courtyard to a central square of your city (depends on what you can get).
- Virtual Assembly members in zoom.
- Wise facilitators, who know what are they doing!
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