No Fixed Abode


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On 11th March 2011, Strategies For Free Education broadcasted via live radio over the public square at Chelsea College of Art. This short but ultimately unknown transmission range struck at the idea of a resolved media space that curtails the potential of critical thought and communication. Throughout the day, printed matter and regular broadcasts drawn from archive footage of Gandhi's Salt March and found/assembled images explore gaps, exhaustion and potentials in current ideas/embodiments of political consciousness, collectivity, affect and the political public figure.

This project was part of If Not. Then What?, an anti-cuts project curated by Cecilia Wee aimed at creating new visions of the future.