Truth is Concrete – A 24/7 Marathon Camp on Artistic Strategies in Politics and Political Strategies

Notes

In September 2012 the “Truth is concrete”, 24/7 marathon camp took place. With around 300 lectures, panels, tactic talks, performances, concerts, films, workshops and a parallel, self-curated, spontaneous Open marathon, “Truth is concrete” created a 170-hour performative space for thinking and networking in the city of Graz, Austria. Two newspaper style programmes (different cover) in foder.

Publisher Steirischer Herbst
Reference P2063
Date 2012
Type Publication

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