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Submit your work here. MEMEFEST FRIENDLY COMPETITION 2016: DEADLINE EXTENDED!

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Hello comrades, friends,

Great news for all of you who missed the deadline for submission of your works!

We received strong works from four continents but have received a lot of requests to extend the deadline. We want to listen ...

Pleasure: Submit Your Festival Work Here!

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Dear Friends and Comrades, use this link to submit your work to the Festival's Friendly Competition:

http://memefest.org/en/competition/application_form/


PLEASURE is the theme of this year’s Memefest. We are interested in processes where pleasure meets ...

Memefest 2016 Festival Outlines: PLEASURE

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Pleasure is central to our lives and communication/design and art play a major role in our relationship to it.

While pleasure can be used to live life fully, as well as to render people into tools it seems we ...

Expanded social documentary: strategies, techniques, and experimental forms.

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Photo, video, research and storytelling master class led by Memefest curator Scott Townsend not to be missed!

A 7 day course introducing new techniques and ideas of social documentary.

Using different ways of recording and interpreting (sound, interview, photo, video ...

Radical Intimacies: The Many Different Fruits From Our Dialogue

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The inaugural international Memefest/Swinburne Extradisciplinary Symposium / Workshop / Intervention was held from November 18-25th and focused on Memefest's 2014 theme - Radical Intimacies: Dialogue in our Times, curated by Dr Oliver Vodeb and Alana Hunt. It was a continuation of ...

" the worst thing you did to us was to make politicians out of all of us"

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A haunting piece that articulates the thematic concerns of Memefest 2014, as the author concludes - " the worst thing you did to us was to make politicians out of all of us": http://indianexpress.com/…/book-review-kashmir-the-vajp…/99/

Memefest Cuba! Change in Everyday Life: Dialogue and Critique through Design in our Times

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Memefest Workshop: Change in Everyday Life: Dialogue and Critique through Design in our Times

Instituto Superior de Disegno, Havana, June 19-25.

Mentors:
Dr George Petelin (Griffith University, Queensland College of Art & Memefest)
Dr Oliver Vodeb (Swinburne University of Technology & Memefest ...

Imaginary POSTERS : MAPPING Workshops

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London College of Communication

Wed 10th June

– 16.00 in room D209

Lecture by Oliver Vodeb: Workshops as a Design research method and intervention



Thu 11th & Fri 12th June

– 10.30-16.30 in room D209

Workshop

This praxis based two-day ...

WHITE & BLACK FILM / Vladimír Turner

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In 2012 Memefest Awarded Czech artist Vladimir Turner the special award for Imaginative Critical Intervention and invited him to our in residence program which was held in subtropical Brisbane. As participant in our extradisciplinary symposium and workshop at the Queensland ...

New Book Series and Call for Contributions to New Memefest Book: Food Democracy

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We are very excited to announce the new partnership between Memefest and Intellect Books UK, Publishers of Original Thinking! http://www.intellectbooks.co.uk/

The new book series titled "Socially Responsive Communication/Design and Art: Memefest Interventions" will be focusing ...

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