Juhana Lindström
  • What is your Name?

Juhana Lindström

  • What was the last thing you organised for yourself?

I organized all the laptop cables and gear, running wildly in my backpack, into a small toilet pouch.

  • Where and when did it happen?

Few weeks back, at home, after I had finally found a suitable sized pouch.

  • What was the last thing you organised for others?
  • Where and when did it happen?
  • Who was it for?
  • How many people came?
  • What networks did you use to organise it?

Anarchy and Art

The word 'anarchy' comes from Greek-word 'arkhē', authorities, and denying prefix 'a(n)'. Anarchy is generally used to mean uncontrollable enthropy and lack of order, and it may refer to any of the following:

  • Absence of government; a state of lawlessness due to the absence or inefficiency of the supreme power; political disorder.
  • A theoretical social state in which there is no governing person or body of persons, but each individual has absolute liberty (without the implication of disorder).
  • Absence or non-recognition of authority and order in any given sphere.

In an anarchy, as defined by the last bullet point, it is possible to have rules (laws), however, these must be agreed upon by the participants in the system, and not imposed from above, by a ruler (leader, authority).

Art of Anarchy

Anarchy as seen in works of art and culture.
- Depictions of revolutions and anarchy in paintings, literature and photography art.
- Political statements in art

Anarchy in Art

Art in the hands of anarchy
- Piracy

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