“The production/consumption paradigm is a guarantee for ultimately destroying the planet and each other. We need to break away from that paradigm entirely. Care and freedom, on the other hand, are things you can increase as much as you like without damaging anything. So we need to think, what are ways that we need to care for each other that will make each other more free?”David Graeber
This is a collection of projects with which we feel a kinship.
This is our virtual family, our potential friends, partners, and associates.
Some of them we are friends with, and others we would like to get to know, but have not had a chance yet or feel shy.
But would like to share them with our visitors.
Theatrum Mundi @cityastheatre
Research centre based in London + Paris. We link urbanism and the performing arts to expand how the public lives of cities are understood and designed.
Cassie Thornton, Feminist Economist
An insurgency of sick artists is organising to resist the global crisis of care, from bed and over the phone. In these days of compulsive overwork in the so-called creative economy, we’re all sick artists. Using ancient technologies of peer-to-peer care, a grassroots health monitoring and diagnostic system is emerging, practiced from beds and couches all over the world.
INSTITUTE of RADICAL IMAGINATION
an open re-learning platform on the Future of Cultural Institutions, Radical Care and Art for UBI
The Pirate Care Project
Pirate Care is a transnational research project and a network of activists, scholars and practitioners who stand against the criminalization of solidarity & for a common care infrastructure.
Museum of Homelessness
On 28th June Museum of Homelessness and Streets Kitchen wound up our COVID-19 #HomelessTaskforce lockdown operation.
The mission of Interference Archive is to explore the relationship between cultural production and social movements.
“CARE: Creative and Radical Explorations” – SFAI
SFAI is a free school community, self-organizing along the principles of democracy, mutual aid, and mutual benefit to foster art and learning through the aftermath of SFAI’s rupture, the ongoing Coronavirus Pandemic, crises in higher education and climate change, and in solidarity with worldwide movements for racial and economic justice.
The Society of the Friends of the Virus
the Society of the Friends of the Virus exists as a series of publications in the form of zines, and has extended into a series of weekly thematic online assemblies, where some of the ‘friends’ have been invited to share and discuss questions which they feel the virus has provoked or opens us all to reconsider.
Museum of Koli community in Mumbai
Can we imagine the fishermen community without the ocean front? We are very much concerned about the proper & ethical documentation of these indigenous tribes, who’s culture is on the verge of extinction.