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January 2012

Friday 6/1/12
18.30  TALK/DISCUSSION “The post-fordist City: The example of Athens” – Platon Isaias.
21.30 OWN GOAL # 1  – Group: Bullet Proof – Moudad Lil Rasas
22.00 OWN GOAL # 2 – Μanolis Tsipos

Friday 13/1/12
17.30-19.30 THEORETICAL WORKSHOP – Discussion for alterity. Curating/Chair: “Innuk” group
20.00 SCREENING: “All for nothing” / Alexandros Seferiadis / Shane Bounag
21.30 OWN GOAL # 1  – Mary Zygouri, Hypatia Vourloumis, Panos Konpasiaris, Marios Chatziprokopiou
22.00 OWN GOAL # 2 – Christina Vassileiou

Thursday 19/1/12
17.00-19.00 THEORETICAL WORKSHOP – Discussion for alterity. Curating/Chair: “Innuk” group
19.00-22.00 PUBLIC EVENT: “Autonomy, Labour and the Political Economy of Social Media” with Tiziana Terranova and Dmytri Kleiner.

Friday 20/1/12
21.00 OWN GOAL# 1  – Nostalgia group : Group/ “Grimm”
21.30 OWN GOAL # 2 –  Magenta group : “JeezeCake”
22.00 PARTY dj set El caballero de la mano en el pecho

Week 4 (23-27/1/12)
During the week open classes by Ioanna Remediaki and Thanos Dermatis and open workshop by Tzeni Argyriou.

Friday 27/1/12
INSTALLATION  Ι. Chatzipanigyri – I. Protonotarios
17.30-19.30  THEORETICAL WORKSHOP – Discussion for alterity. Curating/Chair: “Innuk” group
20.00 LECTURE/PERFORMANCE – Dimitris Tsiamis: “Theatre, a time machine”
21.00 OWN GOAL # 1 – Tzeni Argyriou
21.30 OWN GOAL # 2 – Effi Rabsilber : ‘Mercel is coming, Angela goes Utopia”
22.00 OWN GOAL # 3 – Ιoanna Remediaki

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Mavilli Collective

Mavili Collective was formed during summer 2010 as an autonomous collective structure for emergent practitioners and came together in order to re-think and re-imagine the current Greek cultural landscape and propose structures, platforms collaborations, projects that produce new alternatives. Mavili Collective is committed to produce nomadic, autonomous collective cultural zones that appear and disappear beyond the logics of the market.