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The DEBT Workshop/Seminar/Intervention- First Impressions

First Memefest/Queensland College of Art extradisciplinary workshop/seminar/intervention, here in Brisbane, happened in late November. We invited a diverse international group to research DEBT further, to learn about it's relation to Brisbane and to intervene.

The collaborators, participants, mentors and conspirators were Ashlea Gleeson, Jack Loel, Darcy Mangan, Belinda Li, John Nicholson, Emma Bergman, Anna May, Charles Mayfield, Jordan McGuire, Yeuk Nam Lee, Elliot Crombie, Manfred Huber, Ben Mangan, Eleni Kalantidou, Ivan Kozenitzky, Vladimír Turner, Soeren Rosenbak, Zoe Yakimoff, Melanie Gupta, David Sargent, Jason Grant, Tony Fry, Anne-Marie Willis, Shaun Cruickshank, George Petelin and Oliver Vodeb.

A extensive blog post will follow here end of next week. For now a few photos from the ten days of good work and fun. It was great and very insightful. Congratulations and a big and warm thank you to everyone involved!!!

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Vida
7 years, 1 month ago

Hi to all of you, I would love to hear more ... stories, experiences, trouble and fun from this endeavours. Hope you take time and share with us, so we can discuss more.

SanFrancisco
7 years, 1 month ago

congratulations for making it posible
and thanks for sharing the experience

Dejch
7 years, 1 month ago

Hello to all of you! I can't wait to read more... it would be great if one of the participants could write their personal experience... I would love to read it! Thanks!

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