The following text is the quote from the interview that was given by Sara Sterk from the Andrea Wolf Institute of the Jineolojî Academy that is based here in ROJAVA.
Member of the Visual Assembly Fabian Tompsett told about a board game called “Clinic for profit.”
I created a page with Stencils, that are open for downloads for everyone.
The stencils need to be sorted by a themes of each assembly (or some more tags).
It’s a job for the future.
In search of a place for the Visual Assembly, David and I went to San Mary Hospital in London.
First of all, it’s stunning! The old building of remarkable grace, a spacious courtyard with the ideal points for the shoot.
Take a look!
The Yes Man groupe! Often, I get inspired by their work and read their website. That’s what they’ve got:
As activist and writer George Lakey points out, “To win, movements need to expand. To expand, activists need to trust—themselves, each other, and people they reach out to.” This is true both within the team and with outside allies who are necessary to get the ball rolling. Creating an environment based on suspicion and fear can break a team apart and be totally counterproductive to inspiring others to join your movement.
We wrote a series of essays called ArtCommunism with David Graeber, partly about the possible role of the artist and the art in general.
This is a report from the second planning meeting for our Visual Assembly (Health Care system/NHS/UK), which took place on 4 July 2020, in virtual space, though mainly in London..
How might a non-catastrophic social order actually work? How might we, along with our children, grandparents, etc., run a city like Newcastle or London – could organize our schools, hospitals, garbage collection, and food production – ourselves?