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Announcing Democracy Outside (Hot) Dates!
Announcing the DemO 2012 schedule – an odyssey of working class self-organising, temporary autonomous and unautonomous zones, oppression, liberation and revolution… The wait is over, and we have five confirmed dates for the Democracy Outside tour, and each of them … Continue reading
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Politics vs Culture?
How many times have I heard phrases such as ‘let’s take politics out of it for a minute’, or ‘regardless of the politics’, or worst of all (because it comes from politicians) ‘that’s just playing politics’? When did ‘politics’ become … Continue reading
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democracy reflections – talking to each other
As he pounds the streets of Oxford, Adam Ramsay has been reflecting on how to get people talking democracy… I have recently been knocking on lot of doors and asking people to vote for me. It’s local council elections in … Continue reading
democracy reflections – Hong Kong
We arrived at the coffee shop and nipped into the loos to change out of our work clothes into our democracy t-shirts: mine was white with a black and red outline image of the tanks in Tienanmen Square, white Chinese … Continue reading
Excited, thrilled, humbled, grateful – and nervous
It’s been a week since the DemO2012 Sponsume crowdfunding website went live, and I’m feeling… thriled, excited, humbled, grateful – and slightly nervous! Thrilled that so many people – some who have and some who haven’t played Democracy Outside – … Continue reading
What is Democracy Outside?
Democracy Outside is an interactive public performance about democracy, it makes political movement(s) real, it’s part street theatre & part political action, it blurs the boundaries between ‘art’ and ‘activism’, it challenges apathy and the neutralising of public space – … Continue reading