Fear Me No More: Performance, Activism and Permaculture.

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A free workshop with the Laboratory of Insurectionary Imagination.
Hamburg, Kampnagel. August 2012.

“It reminds us of the time when it was still possible for free theatre to try out a loving anarchic social utopia… This is about saying goodbye to representation and is therefore the most radical form of theatre”
Frankfurter Rundschau.

Join us in an intensive workshop merging performance, activism and the design science of Permaculture run by the infamous artivist collective The Laboratory of Insurrectionary Imagination. Held as part of Kampnagel’s Summer Festival in Hamburg, the workshop is Act 1 of What is Enough ? the Labofii’s 16th experiment. At the end of the workshop, participants will have the chance to perform in a live piece of art activism (Act 2 – Natural Revenge).

Fear Me No More aims to make productive connections between artists and activists within the framework of Permaculture. A set of tools for building a postcapitalist society, Permaculture teaches us to mimic the efficiency, diversity and resilience of natural ecosystems. This fulltime workshop is an ideal introduction for those wishing to explore new forms of creative resistance and horizontal politics.

For more information and application forms (deadline May 31st) click here. The workshop will be run in english.

Workshop Act 1: 12th-19th August, Kampnagel.
Rehearsal (optional): 20th-23rd August, Kampnagel.
Performance Action (optional) Act 2: 24th August, 7pm. Kampnagel.

What is Enough? is accompanied by the publication of our film/book Pfade durch Utopia (Paths Through Utopias) in Germany,
with Nautilus.

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