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opening/presentation of fanzine
Saturday, March the 19th 2016, 6 PM
Arthur Cravan Foundation
Via Aleardi 11, Mila
Cose Cosmiche and the Arthur Cravan Foundation are launching the first issue of George, a pocket microfanzine gathering all the weapons we’d put in our own pockets.
The first issue will be distributed on the occation of the Studi festival #2 in Milan from the 15th to the 19th of March 2016.
The revolutionary knows that the escape is revolutionary.
Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari
It is possible I may flee, but as I flee I seek a weapon.
The revolutionary knows that the escape is revolutionary, provided that, during the flight, one picks up a weapon.
On George #01 can be found pieces by: Alterazionivideo, Franco Berardi Bifo, Heath Bunting, Michele Capararo, Giampaolo Capisani, Massimo Cappi, Antonio Caronia, Gianluca Codeghini, Claudio Corfone, Danilo Correale, Ermanno Cristini, Carlo Dell’Acqua, Gianluca D’Incà Levis, Marta Fernandez Calvo, Thomas Feuerstein, Helga Franza, Michele Guido, Silvia Hell, Debora Hirsch, Joykix, Gaetano La Rosa, Domenico Antonio Mancini, Davide Mancini Zanchi, Nicolas Martino, Rebecca Moccia, Concetta Modica, Bruno Muzzolini, the 181 (Brandon Boan, Abby Donovan, Tom Hughes, Jason Rhodes), Eugenio Tibaldi, Dan Perjovski, Todd Portnowitz, Premiata Ditta, Angelo Sarleti, Luca Scarabelli, Enzo Umbaca, Sophie Usunier, Luca Valenziano, Massimilano Viel, Diego Zuelli
The Arthur Cravan Foundation, was inspired by the dada performer A. Cravan and has as its objective the support, production and promotion of ideas and projects that are considered “Unattainable”, “Unconventional” and “With No Future”.
COSE COSMICHE (Eng.: Cosmic Things) is a platform-catalyst of artists, scientists and researchers coming from different branches of knowledge interestes in the reflection and confrontation with space, time, energy and matter. Cose Cosmiche is curated by Helga Franza and Silvia Hell.