On July 7th, 2012 over a hundred members of Liberate Tate arrived at the Tate Modern with a new, uninvited installation for the gallery: a 54-foot, one-and-a-half tonne wind turbine blade.
This letter recently arrived from a reader in Sri Lanka. It seemed worth sharing. We do not recommend attempting something similar.
open up your funky mind and you can fly free your mind and your ass will follow the kingdom of heaven is within
Sacred Economics traces the history of money from ancient gift economies to modern capitalism, revealing how the money system has contributed to alienation, competition, and scarcity, destroyed community, and necessitated endless growth. Today, these trends have reached their extreme – but in the wake of their collapse, we may find great opportunity to transition to […]
97% Owned investigates behind the scenes of the ever changing financial system, to uncover how the monetary system provides the foundations for international dominance and national control. Fresh thinking, new ideas and answers to simple questions are squeezed into this powerful expose.
The abandoned zoo in Ibiza is the site for a primeval reconnection between people and nature as the open-air theme park revs up into frenzy and the crowds howl out their animal urges.
Welcome to the astonishingly weird world of Scott Walker, his music and a documentary about the huge hidden influence of the ‘most enigmatic man in rock music history.’
An urban farming renaissance is budding green shoots in the lifeless backwaters of the world’s metropolises
Seeds of Freedom charts the story of seed from its roots at the heart of traditional, diversity-rich farming systems across the world into a powerful commodity used to monopolise the global food system.
Glencore provides a text book example of how deregulated, laissez-faire capitalism gives rise to out-of-control corporate monoliths that sidestep national laws to maximize their concentration of wealth whilst reducing the well being of millions of people and decimating the planet’s ecology. Small is beautiful.
A fascinating short film exploring how the ritualized use of Ayahuasca can treat a range of maladies arising, in part, from our separation from nature… and each other.
The first of a series of ‘Rebel Bass Sessions’, THTC hit up McDonalds in Leicester Square to provide a little bit of free entertainment and much needed ecological incite.
World Exclusive! New track from Island Life the hot, dangerous, sexy and still (just) unsigned band about to erupt out of the belly of East London… you have been warned!
The time is ripe to take the shaping of social life into our own hands.
Same shit, different day.
Peter Joseph builds on the previous Zeitgeist movies demonstrating why now is the time for radical, systemic change. He then moves forward and outlines how to bring this about and what might follow.