This summer I had the chance to spend some weeks in Munich, searching some nice inspiration for my watercolors, enjoying English Garden water park and painting some decorative paintings. I love sunny days!
“Viewed from the outside, for most people Munich is synonymous with beer, the Oktoberfest and top-class football… But ever since the so-called “refugee crisis”, the city has been associated with a lot more than that from an international perspective. It was around a year ago now that tens of thousands of voluntary helpers proved that the people of Munich have a heart and are prepared to share their prosperity with those seeking asylum. Countless volunteers as well as doctors, police officers and teachers dedicated their free time to the welfare of the refugees, supported by donations and public funding. An honourable commitment that is at the core of a caring and socially-conscious society. But we rarely stop and ask ourselves the question of why and how all of these people were forced to flee in the first place.
… and beautifull video from Johannes Maierbacher…
Thanks Positive Propaganda, Ulrike and Patricia to make it happends. : )))
APRÈS LE MUR – comisarié par Escif & Juste Ici
Bien Urbain 2016 – Besançon (FR)
Artistes participants: Martha Rosler, Daniel Muñoz San, Lolo y Sosaku, Cyop & Kaf, Olivier Toulemonde, Harmen De Hoop, Myr Muratet, Timofey Radya, Fermin Jimenez Landa, Maider Lopez, Sam3, Henrik Franklyn, Clément Richem, Wasted Rita.
…Some screen footage to complete Perú report.
// Temporary Autonomus Zone (Tepito / Mexico)
“T.A.Z.: The Temporary Autonomous Zone” is a book by anarchist writer Hakim Bey published in 1991. It is composed of three sections, “Chaos: The Broadsheets of Ontological Anarchism,” “Communiques of the Association for Ontological Anarchy,” and “The Temporary Autonomous Zone.”
Tepito is one of the oldest and more interesting neighborhoods in Mexico City …and definitely could be a chapter of this book.
Some screen footage for complete Mexico report.