The starting point of this exhibition is self-organisation viewed as a meaningful practice which allows for linking individual initiative to common interest, making visible and filling in gaps in the system, opening up space for doing things in different way. Rather than collecting various examples of self-organisation, the exhibition focuses on its semantic network with components such as friendship, solidarity, collaboration, the relationship between individual and collective, the production of new forms of knowledge, public space and social imaginary. The selection concentrates on the sphere of art, as arts social function is at stake.
Though the exhibition involves mainly group dynamics as well as linkages between art and activism, not all of the presented projects / works deal with self-organisation in a direct way. Rather, the exhibition comes into being as a self contextualising structure, a pool of concepts, practices and models which may function as tools for constructing a liveable future.

Here you can express yourself. (*required)