:time Oct/Nov 2009
:title C Words: Carbon, Climate, Capital, Culture. How did you get here and where are we going?
:organized by Platform London
:in collaboration with The Institute for Art and Practice of Dissent at Home
:locations Delnice, Croatia, Europe slow travel, Arnolfini gallery Bristol, GB


>>> sending postcards from Croatia to Liverpool

>>> slow travel from Croatia to Bristol and writing a journey diary about CO2 emissions;

>>> setting up an activist cell with guest dissenters and visitors and taking the action against carbon, climate chaos and capitalism, on the boat next to the Arnolfini gallery and using gallery’s bathroom;

>>> performance “Acid Rain keep falling on my Head” together with the Anderson Šimić family, reading of the journey diary and artist talk;

>>> participating in the performance “Halloween at Home” with The Institute for Art and Practice of Dissent at Home, setting up family Anderson Šimić Halloween picnic in front of the Bank of Scotland and writing quote of Bertolt Brecht: “What is the crime of robbing a bank compared with the crime of founding one.”;

>>> participation in program of C Words;

>>> evaluating economic impact of slow travel vs. sustainable economy of third countries; evaluating activist’s cell within contemporary art gallery context;

>>> learning “how to” in British Culture: how to cook porridge, how to survive in capitalist society, how to manage food, how to fight banks, how to take care of electricity, how to live on the boat, how to manage budget…;

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