Space Lab sits down with Colectivo Amorfa, a dynamic duo keeping things real in rural Southern Chile. We talk city vs. country dichotomies, false models of "progress" and "development", the failing systems that exploit the earth and the people who live here, and what we should teach our children before it's too late.
Highlighting new developments in expanding local legislation and funding towards worker cooperatives, Michelle Stearn writes for The Democracy Collaborative, a non-profit dedicated to building community wealth.
In Alison Gerber's piece for HYPERALLERGIC, she exposes how a paper failed to mention the artist Christine Baeumler’s name in a story about her work. "It’s part of a larger pattern of writing women out of their own work," Gerber writes.
Our friend DJ KRYPTK captures and cultivates energy through sound. This week we turned off the speakers and took a stroll to some of our favorite neighborhood spots, whilst KRYPTK dodged in and out of the shadows, never quite disappearing due to her indelible shine.
We spent some delightful hours with MUNDY, a self-described Fire Lion, who expresses creatively through song, dance, words, fashion, and by being a fairy and a cat simultaneously. Here's a small excerpt of our conversation: