[Révolutions - Angleterre - Années 90]
This is a document about an underground movement we’re slowly bridging together through scattered clans of free thinkers, rebels, and artists: groups of angry young people fed up living from paycheck to paycheck in the wageslave braindeath passive observer (sub)urban trap that is out daily backdrop. An underground movement that has its poetic roots in the old traditions of traveling gypsies and pirates but is alive and well and lurking outside your door and maybe stirring somewhere in your hearts right at this very moment.
Congeries of heretical, drunken pirates from the Lower East Side roamed the country in 1995, stirring up guerilla parties and workshops, trying to build a new world from the waste of a soulless society, and wondering how to pay for the next gallon of gas. This collection of stories and illustrations paints the triumphs and misadventures of the Nomadic Festival at breakneck speed, and offers ideas and inspiration for the next outlaw orgy.
Autonomedia (1996) 128 p. 14 x 22 cm - En Anglais