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Memefest 2016 Festival Outlines: PLEASURE

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Pleasure is central to our lives and communication/design and art play a major role in our relationship to it.

While pleasure can be used to live life fully, as well as to render people into tools it seems we rarely think of it outside its immediate effects and certainly we think even less of pleasure as social practice and something we could relate to the world in transformative ways that challenge the status quo.

PLEASURE is the theme of this year’s Memefest. We are interested in processes where pleasure meets with conflict and especially in ways we can experience pleasure in our everyday life, which can contribute to its radical transformation towards social justice. How can pleasure transform the way we live, laugh, listen, eat, create, think, imagine, dream, play and relate to each other?

Respond to this proposition in the Memefest 2016 Friendly Competition.

Read more about the festival’s outlines here, or go directly to the category that interests you the most and check them out here: Visual Communication practice, Critical Writing and the participatory art/communication category 'Beyond...'!

Deadline for your submissions is June 20th. Participation is free of charge and there is no age limit or any other restriction.

We will post more soon. For now it is your turn.

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