On June 29, 2011 Anna Feigenbaum gave a presentation at SKOL in Montreal as part of Artivistic‘s dialogues programme. In a talk that linked our research collective’s work on infrastructures with the idea of ‘promiscuous infrastructures’ explored in Artivisitic’s residency, Anna raised questions around the notion of protest camps as a global phenomenon. While national, cultural and economic contexts greatly shape the emergence and structure of any individual protest camp, similarities can be found across cultures. In 2011 alone protest camps were seen in Egypt, Yemin, Malaysia, Spain, Greece, the UK, The United States and Western Sahara.
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