Posts Tagged 'Activism'

Tima Radya – Activism in the Spirit of Street Art

Ekaterinburg’s Tima Radya is easily one of the most interesting and powerful Russian street artists today. Although his creative street activity began not long ago (around 2009-2010), his works resonate and generate a lot of discussion. This is not because

/ By Igor Ponosov

Tima Radya – Activism in the Spirit of Street Art

Ekaterinburg’s Tima Radya is easily one of the most interesting and powerful Russian street artists today. Although his creative street activity began not long ago (around 2009-2010), his works resonate and generate a lot of discussion. This is not because

/ By Igor Ponosov

Delai Sam (DIY)

It all began in the fall of 2010, when several eco-activists got together to organize activities as part of the Global Day of Action 10/10/10 in Moscow. Global Day of Action challenges people around the world to lessen their negative

/ By Make Make

Delai Sam (DIY)

It all began in the fall of 2010, when several eco-activists got together to organize activities as part of the Global Day of Action 10/10/10 in Moscow. Global Day of Action challenges people around the world to lessen their negative

/ By Make Make

Strategies of Russian Art Activism

On the 3rd and 4th of March, Welcome Back, Putin! a festival of Russian art activism, was held in Amsterdam. Events included an exhibition curated by Zhir gallery, a screening of the film Khodorkovsky, and discussions with local politicians and journalists.

/ By Make Make

Strategies of Russian Art Activism

On the 3rd and 4th of March, Welcome Back, Putin! a festival of Russian art activism, was held in Amsterdam. Events included an exhibition curated by Zhir gallery, a screening of the film Khodorkovsky, and discussions with local politicians and journalists.

/ By Make Make

We Are Doing It Right

“Guerilla movements are a people’s response to an invading, alien, or occupational military or administration.” Guerilla warfare implies clandestine techniques, stealth, remaining unseen. The most visible resistance techniques include sabotage, terrorism and subversion. Guerrillas themselves have to remain unnoticed, so

/ By Kirill KTO

We Are Doing It Right

“Guerilla movements are a people’s response to an invading, alien, or occupational military or administration.” Guerilla warfare implies clandestine techniques, stealth, remaining unseen. The most visible resistance techniques include sabotage, terrorism and subversion. Guerrillas themselves have to remain unnoticed, so

/ By Kirill KTO