We are 99%: Arge Kunst #19

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The Occupy phenomenon, originated on September 17, 2011 in New York, was fated to expand at a global level to 82 Countries thus sowing an unexpected wind of protest, renewal, and hope for change in the midst of the economic and social crisis that has gripped great part of the Western world. Occuprint, risen during the most vivacious and politically innovative moment of the protests, is an American curatorial collective committed to give visibility to the most relevant artistic displays of the international Occupy Movement. The exhibition project at arge/kunst, curated by Luigi Fassi, and the catalogue—composed of a selection of foldable Occuprint posters—reveal, through this particular art form, the programmatic agenda of the Occupy movement, from proposals of an international policy to the renewal of the modality of industrial and labor productivity, up to define a new ethical model of collective wealth centered on the principles of solidarity and sharing of public goods.

We are 99%: Arge Kunst #19

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The Occupy phenomenon, originated on September 17, 2011 in New York, was fated to expand at a global level to 82 Countries thus sowing an unexpected wind of protest, renewal, and hope for change in the midst of the economic and social crisis that has gripped great part of the Western world. Occuprint, risen during the most vivacious and politically innovative moment of the protests, is an American curatorial collective committed to give visibility to the most relevant artistic displays of the international Occupy Movement. The exhibition project at arge/kunst, curated by Luigi Fassi, and the catalogue—composed of a selection of foldable Occuprint posters—reveal, through this particular art form, the programmatic agenda of the Occupy movement, from proposals of an international policy to the renewal of the modality of industrial and labor productivity, up to define a new ethical model of collective wealth centered on the principles of solidarity and sharing of public goods.

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