Workshop with James Bridle and Navine Khan-Dossos
  • NeMe workshops
  • Cayley Sorochan
  • la cura ubiquitous bodies
  • Tools for the next revolution
  • NeMe workshops
  • Wachter and Jud
  • Workshop with James Bridle and Navine Khan-Dossos
  • Koraly Dimitriadis creative writing workshops

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Tools for the Next Revolution

Tools for the Next Revolution was an open, hands-on workshop held on 28 October 2017 and conducted by the winners of the 2016 Prix Ars Electronica, Golden Nica Interactive Art+, Wachter and Jud (CH/DE).



Camouflage in Cyprus has a totalising value; it does not give way to different uses or interpretations. Militarization is a sterile concept that revolves around the suppression of individuality and creativity, diminishing the soldiers to mere pawns, not leaving much space for questioning the commands. The action of up-cycling the fabrics of uniforms, not only raises questions about the true values of camouflage in everyday society, but it also evokes a democratic dialogue regarding the strong military presence on the island of Cyprus.

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