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Uncultivated Classes, 2015

The wasteland has a power to over a new perception of the city, it exposes and can build the evidence of absence and the sense of freedom and use. From these new behaviors arise places that can think programs of any network group that mobilizes their time.

Fixed or nomadic platforms wich structure how the group will unfold and creating spaces for encounter, observation and experimentation. Thus, the project „Uncultivated classes“ is the image of everyday relations of social exchange and autonomy within a dissent that generates an imaginative speculation of a new communal form or even create new worlds.

Public talks was created in collaboration with professors of the School of Fine Arts ,  invited to develop relational classes in the space, as a proposal to broadening the discussion about precarization and the political uses of waste.

photos:Felipe Felizardo