The Wandering School Part II: Revolution or Bust!
Members and friends of the Dirty Art Department left Amsterdam by plane to Bari, and travelled in descending order of technology—by boat from Bari to Patras, by public transport from Patras to Delphi. On arriving in Delphi, they met the Oracle, Franco ‘Bifo’ Berardi, who presented his Ode to Capitalism and explained the revolution in his terms.
Continuing on foot from Delphi to Athens, over mountains and through valleys, there was time for rumination and chances to realize new links between themselves and with those they met along the way. Once in Athens, they sought out the light through a series of planned and unplanned happenings, lectures, situations and actions. Caught between the impossible fantasy of the Revolution and the real task of self-organising, those involved decided individually and collectively how to proceed and what action to take. These are some residues from the experience.
With… The Dirty Art Department, Florence Parot, Saâdane Afif, Catherine Somzé, Daniel Dewar, Jerszy Seymour, Tamara van der Laarse, Aurélien Lepetit, Anna Reutinger, Jean-François Peschot, Pierre Bujeau, Sara Daniel, Walter Götsch, Jason Harvey, Selma Köran, Jeroen Kortekaas, Leslie Lawrence, David Monberg, Rachele Monti, Dani Andres Ordonez Munoz, Léo Ravy, Tomasz Skibicki, Sun Chang, Andrea Lopez Bernal, Lotte Hardeman, Tom Kemp, Quentin Dupuy, Nagaré Willemsen, Giovanni Bozzoli Parasacchi, Andrès Garcia Vidal, Anna Läderach, Nicola Baratto, Ioannis Mouravas, Jasmine Alakari, Erasmus Scherjon, Lovis Caputo, Alessandro Veneruso, Leonardo Ruvolo, Francesca Maciocia, Ana Shametaj, Luca Chiaudano, Emanuele Braga, Franco ‘Bifo’ Berardi, Deutsche Film- und Fernsehakademie Berlin, M^C^O, Young Boys Writing Group, Lost Dad Radio, Daddy Issues, and Gucci Nuggets