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'Fucked Up in a Bad Way' by Sorbus at Jupiter Woods, London

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SAKARI: I wonder how the beer can be so cheap here? HENNA: I know! And 6 € entrance! How can this be profitable? I wonder how much the band gets paid. TUOMO: You know what, maybe they're not doing this for money. I have a feeling they have other interests in this. Like, if you listen closely, you can hear that the lyrics are actually opposing the monetary power structures – and power structures in general. I feel like the people here are fighting for a better world – just like us(!) That they are fighting for a world that is actually based on ---- equality. You don’t need money for that! Fuck money! HENNA (doesn't hear what Tuomo is saying): Fuck yeah! (taking sips of her beer eagerly) TUOMO (continues full of excitement): And what have I done to deserve the privilege to my high standard of living? I don't want to live off other people's suffering. These people here actually seem to be free, they are neither oppressed nor oppressors… They have their own community! No one is above anyone else. It seems like they are outlining some kind of alternative and communal life style, where people come first. They refuse to be part of consumer society. Or to be enslaved by providing labour for the humiliating machinery. And... We should also refuse to be a part of it! We should aim to destroy the existing systematic structures of exploitation, oppression and repression. We should fight the global corporation model thru our actions, provide an alternative for the ….model..multinatio.. anal...Stubb.. hallintar. . Coca cola.. Fanta....institution… I'm going to refuse to be a part of the system that favors economic growth over well-being of humans and nature!!!!! Working for a just distribution of the fruits of the earth and human labor is not mere philanthropy. It is a moral obligation!

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'The Host' by Pakui Hardware at eastcontemporary, Milan

'Chlamydomonas Nivalis' by Alberto Tadiello at Umberto Di Marino Gallery, Napoli

'The Centre' by Patrick Cole and Dominic Watson at Kupfer, London

'Ghost Member: Prosthesis/ Symbiosis as a shelter' by Naomi Maury at L'Assaut de

'I show you the signs of life' by Alina Izmaylova at Kerka gallery, Saint-Petersb

'I Don't Want No Trouble' by Lucas Erin at All Stars, Lausanne

'The Grime and the Schmutz' by Béla Feldberg at Jo-Anne, Frankfurt am Main

'Night of Hinnā' by Monia Ben Hamouda at Bungalow, ChertLüdde, Berlin

'Getting Down to Business' by Rebecca Rothenborg at Galerie Roland Puschitz, Vien

'Why Me?' by Pietro Agostoni at Associazione Barriera, Turin

'Holloway - ‘Das Gift’ is a Gift' by Céline Struger at Loggia, Vienna

'Under the Moon' Group Show at Camp Eternal Hell Chamber, New York

'SUPER-NATURAL', Group Show at OLHÃO, São Paulo

'Body Electric' by Zuza Golinska at Galerie Anton Janizewski, Berlin

'Almost Collapsing Balance' by Liao Wen at Capsule Shanghai

Curated by: 'HARDCORE FREEDOM' by Esben Weile Kjær at Zeller van Almsick, Vienna

anonymous, naïve ca. 1970– at Money Gallery, Saint Petersburg

'Real Life Shoes', Group Show at Atelierhaus Klingental, Basel

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