"The most remarkable thing about the eruptions [of protest] is that they are taking place not only, or even primarily, at the weak points in the system, but in places which were until now perceived as success stories. We know why people are protesting in Greece or Spain; but why is there trouble in such prosperous or fast-developing countries as Turkey, Sweden or Brazil? With hindsight, we might see the Khomeini revolution of 1979 as the original ‘trouble in paradise’, given that it happened in a country that was on the fast-track of pro-Western modernisation, and the West’s staunchest ally in the region. Maybe there’s something wrong with our notion of paradise."
— Trouble in Paradise, by Slavoj Žižek for London Review of Books
Reporter Cedric Rehman war für uns mit dem “Schwarzen Block” in Kairo unterwegs. Seine Reportage “Der Krieg der Kinder” in der aktuellen Ausgabe von THE GERMANS No.4, ©Cedric Rehman
Watch out for "enemy stakeholders" - !
Watch out for the animal prints!
Marine Deleeuw photographed by Viviane Sassen for Carven Fall/Winter 2013 Campaign
Robert Morris - Blind Time Drawings (1973) - Graphite powder and linseed oil on paper
"With eyes closed, graphite on the hands and estimating a lapsed time of 3 minutes, both hands attempt to descend the page with identical touching motions in an effort to keep to even vertical column of touches. Time estimation error: +8 seconds "
Jeanne Moreau as herself in “Alex in Wonderland,” Hollywood Boulevard, 1970
Canada now classifies wearing a mask at a protest as trying to “needlessly and without reasonable cause provoke other persons to disturb the peace”. Doing so can result in an unbelievable 10 years in prison.