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Occupation Cultural Activism
Location Athens, London, New York, Rio De Janeiro, Earth
Introduction Void Network first appeared in 1990 in Athens with aim the radicalization of every day life and the construction of situations in Public Space through the creation of Utopian Public Environments by non-employed cultural activists. Discussions, multi media lectures and poetry shows, open free festivals, multi screen Void Optical Arts Atmospheres (live cross-platform collaborations between visual artists, photographers, poets, lecturers, d.j.s), performances, documentary representations, culture jamming, organization of demonstrations, street parades and public actions, celebrations, concerts, open collaborative workshops of artists, activists, academic scientists and spiritual friends that through dialogue, interaction and synchronized activity can manifest multi formic conditions of open access to creativity, education, free information, open liberated autonomous public zones, meeting places, places of communication, empathy, expression and creation for thousands upon thousands of people.
Interests Void Network/Theory, Outopia, Empathy, Ephemeral Arts/Void”: void of separate existence, an Open Horizon, a Vast Open Ocean "Network”: a phenomenon of Global Interdependence "Theory”: a process of intellectual inquiring, learning and uprising of critical understanding "Empathy”: care for all beings equally without exceptions that appear through the communal experience. "Ephemeral Arts”: a signal without leaving a sign creates an idea, a message without leaving matter.
Favorite Movies Lucky People Center by Lucky People Center International, The Weather Underground by Sam Green, Baraka by Ron Fricke and Mark Magidson, Powaqqatsi by Godfrey Reggio
Favorite Music psychedelic trance, electro acid tekno, space ambient, dub, contemporary electronic avant-guard, post-rock
Favorite Books The way of Zen by Allan Watts, Tao of the Physics by Fritjof Capra, Days of War Nights of Love by www.Crimethinc.com, The Book of Desires by Raoul Vaneigem, Changing the World Without Taking the Power(The meaning of Revolution Today) by John Holloway, Fundamental Verses on the Middle Way (Mulamadhyamakakarika)by Arya Nagarjuna