Shows: Tuesday 23rd October, 7.00pm
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James Brady reflects on his experience of visiting, la zad – a utopian experiment of collective common living in rural Western France, which is at the heart of the global post-Capitalist climate justice movement. The event comprises a short film that poetically explores his emerging collaboration with two of la zad’s most prominent art-activists, John Jordan and Isabelle Fremeaux (founders of the anarchist street theatre collective, Laboratory of Insurrectionary Imagination). Self-proclaimed creators of ‘beautiful trouble’, their work joyfully unites non-violent direct action with art. There will be a discussion following the film
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With thanks to the generous support of Future’s Venture Foundation and the Commonweal Collection. Commonweal collection is a physical library of nonviolent social change housed within the JBP Library at the University of Bradford, and it is also online at : http://www.commonwealnonviolence.org/. 2018 is the 60th Anniversary of Commonweal.