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Where has this world gone?

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Here is a stamp from 1981 declaring India's solidarity with Palestinian people.

Where has this world gone?

Greece says "yes" to DEBT... and Memefest Friendly competition works evaluation goes in to final round!

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Still, 26,9 % of the votes went to the "Siriza" party that opposes the debt driven politics enforced by EU and led by Germany. The pro debt politics oriented party "New Democracy" received 29,6 % of votes and is now ...

Demonstrating Relevance: Response- Ability. Memefest exhibition in Ljubljana

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Monday evening we opened first exhibition in a series of four. The exhibition will travel to Koper, Berlin and to this years final event held at Oddstream festival in Nijmegen in June. Exhibited are selected works from this years Friendly ...

Memefest posters arround the World!

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UPDATE 13.1. 2011. Added are photos (last 4) from posters in Belgrade.

We are very excited to show you first photos from our posters in the streets of various Cities from around the World.

Following are Memefest LOVE:CONFLICT ...

We are all workers?

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Advertising, besides it many problematic dimensions can still be used as a media, a vehicle for communicating beneficial messages. A tricky thing and a slippery terrain, indeed. What i mean with beneficial messages is the concept of embedding a communication ...

Conflict Kitchen

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Food speaks about culture, ideology, aesthetics, politics and of course power.
Exactly power is the topic this wonderful project deals with. Conflict kitchen from Pittsburgh serves only food from Countries, America is in conflict with. This is a strong message ...

No Fun

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0100101110101101.ORG did this on-line performance titled No Fun, using Chat roulette http://chatroulette.com/.

One of the better projects i have seen in a long time, this is hard core.
Have a look at it and think about the ...

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