German/World Festivals like Fusion, astounding street art, street people and amazing spaces. Worlds less visited and known.
A useful hub site you can you use to discover and learn more about Berlin’s remarkably creative underbelly…it’s a business offering tours of the city…but a positive and dynamic one.
Anarcho-punk Net. Music, anarchism, politics and general ‘stuff’. Some of it may offend, perhaps rightly so…
From Germany and now a communard in the USA.
Lots of writings…..and links
On her site, it says:
“As a born-again Christian minister Annika Mongan was sent out to convert Pagans. But through years of traveling and studying she became alienated from fundamentalism and found a new home in Witchcraft. Today she celebrates being born again and again, a lifelong cycle of transformation.
Annika is the founder of an intentional Pagan community in California, an avid mushroom hunter and devotional musician.”
Multi-media shows featuring re-imagined military and industrial machinery. Think ‘War of the Worlds’.
Their site describes the festival and event performances as (IN CAPITALS !): “ARCADIA FUSE SCULPTURE, ARCHITECTURE, THEATRE, CIRCUS, ROBOTICS, ENGINEERING, LIGHTNING, MUSIC, AERIAL PERFORMANCE AND CUTTING EDGE TECHNOLOGY INTO A PRIMAL UNITY.”
French-originated, nomadic, anarchist alternative circus at its weird and wonderful best. An archive site for the group featuring links to some of the stunts and shows from the late 1980s and 1990s.
If you saw the show live, the memories of high-wire motor-cycles, juggling chainsaws, loud, loud music and explosions will live with you forever.
Links to the main archive and Gavin Evans’ visceral photos.
Boom Festival in Portugal takes place every two years at present. An important site for permaculture, EDM and new kinds of environmental/global thoughts!
Burning Man Festival – a city in a desert in the USA. A unique space and experience. Check it out.
Christiania Freetown, Copenhagen in Denmark. One of the oldest squats turned legal arts and creative communities in Europe. A special place of exploration.