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Open call for residence!!! Occupy the kitchen !


the project

Occupy the kitchen! is a food artivism project where contemporary practices that are connected to art and economics are explored through food. This activity – of research and production – is carried out through a transdisciplinary approach and an activist ...

New book out on DIY activism


I'm hoping to interest members in my new book TINKERING. It's a journalistic and scholarly investigation into the political implications of material culture. It spans across sociology, art & technology history, anthropology and politics.

TINKERING profiles Australian DIY activisim ...

Occupy the Kitchen !



Foodrioters Franca Formenti, Evelyn Leveghi and Francesca Sironi are looking performers to show their work in “Zona Franca” in Varese- Italy.

“Occupy the kitchen!” is a ZONA FRANCA project, a series of events where artists ...

The Pleasure of Radical Gardening


“Certain gardens are described as retreats when they are really attacks.”
Ian Hamilton Finlay cited in George McKay’s Radical Gardening: Politics, Idealism and Rebellion in the Garden.

When I first saw the theme for this year’s Memefest Friendly ...

The Patchwork Model


The matter is a new nascent social network: a desktop of proposition, confrontation and deliberation that could be used both to make seriously advance democracy and simply to have fun. Tribes of friends, associations, working équipes, condominiums, sports teams, political ...

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


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/

Invasion Day Rally Melbourne 2015


As many of you know, Memefest has been working with Aboriginal activists in Australia for a couple of years now. As part of last year's symposium and workshop we made contact with many new friends in Melbourne who are ...


Open blog is a collective blog agregator.  Posts that can be read and viewed here have been originally posted by members of the Memefest community.

While members of the community  are able to check blog posts from the circle of their comrades within the on-line profile, this is the place where you are able to check on everything that has been bloged by anyone on this platform. The toppics and styles are diverse as this community consists of people from very different cultural, social backgrounds and also very different fields of expertice. Together- and through time- we hope – this gives us a good picture of radical communication culture.