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Same Difference: Equinox to Equinox
– A day of Public Action for Freedom and democracy.
“It is the day that all states must recognise and allow actions from the people which are ‘peaceful’ and ‘non-violent’. This day of action can be with or without context, but for the recognition of all people’s rights to share the public space together, in solidarity with each other, in respect of each others rights to share the same public space, as well as the time.” – Chumpon Apisuk
On Friday, September 22, performance art groups worldwide correspond to Bbeyond initiative to do collective public action in public space with peaceful mind, a day to celebrate Freedom and Democracy.
Day of Public Action for Freedom and Democracy, is a celebration of the generosity of spirit that artists can bring to life, working in group actions that mark a special time and connectivity through Performance Art.
Communication Laboratory (ComLab) has corresponding to the idea of this Global Performance Art Day, “SAME DIFFERENCE: Equinox to Equinox” that was initiated by BBeyond Belfast-based performance group http://bit.ly/2cUqr73 and have developed and facilitated in Bbeyond symposium, Being in Public, April 2017. The global performance art day have starting it new path as ‘A day of Public Action for Freedom and Democracy’, where 275 performance artists and performance art group across the world have performed in their local public spaces last year, to celebrate this art form in the fall equinox 2016. So far 37 worldwide art groups in difference location are participating and celebrating in this Global Performance Art Day. As part of this initiative, ComLab and Gothenburg based artists will be doing a collective performance at Trädgårdsförening in an green environment with peaceful mind on 22/9 at kl12:00-kl13:00
Participating artists are:
Documenting / photo:
Stefan Sundström +
Peter Peppe Rosvik
Organised by Communication Laboratory (ComLab)
Photo credits: Peter Rosvik