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Michel Bauwens

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Contributions: For TO THE SQUARE 2 : “THESIS ON P2P POLITICS”, “The Square” Issue #1, p. 5/26 A Conversation between Michel Bauwens and Ivor Stodolsky, April 2014 Michel Bauwens is a leading proponent of the emerging field of “peer-to-peer” (P2P) practices … Continue reading

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Noah Fischer

  Works: Article “A Global Debt Museum” by Noah Fischer / Occupy Museums Art by G.U.L.F. both in THE SQUARE newspaper Issue #1, published as part of To The Square 2. Noah Fischer is a New York based artist and … Continue reading

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Núria Güell

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Núria Güell (1981, Vidreres, Spain) ​​With a strict positioning oriented towards creating mechanisms for dissent, Nuria Guell’s work reformulates the limits of “legality”. Analyzing the ethics of institutions that govern us, she investigates the abuses of power perpetrated by established … Continue reading

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Vladan Jeremić & Rena Rädle

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Vladan Jeremić and Rena Rädle are Belgrade-based artists and curators whose projects combine drawing, discussion, documentary video and photography. Their projects include various forms of interventions, public debate and their social dissemination. In their curatorial and artistic practice they research … Continue reading

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Ramy Essam

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PLAYED THE OPENING CONCERT OF TO THE SQUARE 2 Ramy Essam (born 1987 in Mansoura, Egypt, and currently based in Malmö, Sweden) is a musician known as the “singer of Tahrir Square” during the 2011 Egyptian revolution. The song “Erhal” … Continue reading

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Raumlabor

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Working in between the fields of architecture and public art, Raumlabor, whose name means ‘space laboratory’, create projects based around events, performance and theatre. Raumlabor are a group of architects based in Berlin, who came together in 1999 in response … Continue reading

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Tzortzis Rallis

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Tzortzis Rallis is a Greek graphic designer based in London. He supports grassroots political collectives in Greece, he is the co-founder of the Occupy Design UK collective and co-designer of The Occupied Times of London, the independent, not-for-profit newspaper born … Continue reading

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Jasmina Metwaly

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Jasmina Metwaly (EG/PL) is a visual artist and filmmaker based in Cairo. She studied painting in Poznan where she focused on time-based works with strong correlations to painting. She is co-founder 
of 8784 h project. Following the revolution that ousted … Continue reading

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Hany Rashed

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With the ongoing changes taking place in Egypt, Hany Rashed constantly explores artful possibilities and attempts to produce innovative, fresh works. Hany Rashed was out in the streets for best part of the last three years. His ceaseless creative activity … Continue reading

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Moisireen

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Mosireen is a non-profit media collective in Downtown Cairo born out of the explosion of citizen media and cultural activism in Egypt during the revolution. The collective consists of filmmakers, activists and others who got together to found a communal … Continue reading

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