Watch the full 7-hour #RiskandRebellion Symposium and Concert on YouTube!
This mondial livestream featured over 50 participants across 5 continents, in 5 Chapters with engaged contributions from over 10 rebellious movements of the last decade. In all, that’s 5 hours of live art, video interventions, talk and debate, plus 2 hours of concert! Read about the participants, programme and concept here: http://bit.ly/Risk-and-Rebellion
#RiskandRebellion was dedicated to
- The 10th anniversary of the Egyptian Revolution;
- The 20th anniversary of the World Social Forum;
- The Kick-off of our new EU Project: Artists at Risk (AR) – A European Network of Safe Havens (AR-ENSH), our new Creative Europe project co-funded by the European Union.
The whole team at Perpetuum Mobile (PM) / Artists at Risk (AR) / Ecologists at Risk (ER) would like to extend its most heartfelt thanks to all who took part! #RiskandRebellion exceeded expectations and feedback from players big and small has been excellent, and from a remarkable range and quality of audiences – from activists to establishment institutions – and includes proposals for future joint projects. Without your amazing artistic interventions, thoughts, and active participation we could never have done this! Despite the original Facebook event going missing in action, we’ve had over 3K views on Facebook and Youtube.
In the coming days and weeks we will be posting short, bite-sized video-segments and photo-documentation from the 5-hour #RiskandRebellion Symposium. We invite you to join our Telegram channnel and the public chat to discuss: https://t.me/ArtistsatRiskDiscussion.
Watch this space!
AR-ENSH Partner Institutions:
Associated partners of #RiskandRebellion:
Ecologists at Risk (ER), Finnish Musician’s Union, Finnish Music Council, Finnish National Theatre, Konvent.Zero, La Città Mondo, Mawjoudin We Exist, Nawaat, #NoCallarem, Noworking Collective, Universität der Künste Berlin (UdK), World Social Forum 2021, G-Livelab, Club Tenco
AR-Safe Haven Helsinki is co-funded by the City of Helsinki Cultural Department.
The AR-Secretariat is co-funded by Kone Foundation.
The event was co-funded by the Finnish Cultural Foundation.
AR-ENSH is co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.
Artists at Risk (AR) is a Perpetuum Mobilεzation (PM)