16.06.07 'Shredding Rights' Camberwell Festival of Arts, London.
Action in relation to 'The March of The Human Rights Jukebox' created by Isa Suarez. Photograph by Emma Bowkett, image editing by mmmmm. collaborators
|Shredding Rights is an action investigating the transformation of The Bureaucracy into an embodiment of Individual Rights. It is an examination of the ideals that formed the original Charter of Human Rights on 10th December, 1948, just after the second world war. In part of the live action The Human Rights act was shredded in the implimentation of Human Rights beyond the bureaucratic political - media - machines.|
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16.06.07 'Shredding Rights' Camberwell Festival of Arts, London.Action in relation to 'The March of The Human Rights Jukebox' created by Isa Suarez. The route of the March was from Camberwell Green to Peckham Library. The live event was funded by Arts Council England and Camberwell Arts Festival. Shredding Rights The March of The Human Rights Juke Box by Isa Suarez, London Luna Monenegro - live art, Adrian Fisher - Live Art, Photography - Emma Bowkett. Thanks to Isa Suarez.