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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 ...

Food Democracy book presentation Webinar!


Three weeks ago I did this live Webinar with Online School of Food Design founder Francesca Zampollo. We discussed the Food Democracy book and food design. Here it is in full recorded. Check it out. Here also the link to ...

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 ...

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Memefest's Radical Intimacies, sneaks into a small town in rural NSW


In contemporary Australia the words ‘country’, ‘decolonisation’, ‘family’ and ‘law’ are loaded with meanings that differ greatly from person to person across this nation’s Aboriginal and migrant communities.

As part of Memefest's Radical Intimacies, a small group of ...

Announcing the Lieutenant John Pike Memeorial Browser Extension


On November 18th, 2011, Lieutenant John Pike of the University of California, Davis police force casually pepper sprayed peaceful protesters at the UC Davis campus. By November 20th, Lt. Pike and his actions had become a meme. Today marks the ...

Contacts : the little mean sexy book that gives you what Facebook friends never can


First I thought it was Luther Blisset, than I was sure it was Banksy, ...but it wasn't him. Who was it? Like Justin Bieber It is mean, little and sexy- the new book 'Contacts'.

In the words of the ...


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.