Pavilions

Live from Copenhagen

Perhaps “Live” is a bit misused here, but we are in Copenhagen right now. I got in yesterday morning and Miranda, after some delays, made it last night. My host, Sara Vilslev, and I made it to Downtown Hopenhagen and met the Wooloo.org/New Life Copenhagen Guys. We also saw a number of pavilions promoting greening living in creative ways.

We’re about to head out for a fullday, but I wanted to share some pictures from our night before we get to far along!

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Bikes are the standard in Copenhagen.

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Downtown Hopenhagen lit up

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Martin from Wooloo.org records pledges to never drink Coca-Cola again for the Yes Men.

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Bike power Disco.

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My contract for a sustainable burial, should I die during COP15.

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That is not Brad Pitt on stage at Hopenhagen.


Heather & Ivan Morison | The Black Cloud barn-raising


The Black Cloud in production at Spike Island, Bristol from situations.org.uk

Heather and Ivan Morison’s The Shape of Things To Come: The Black Cloud barn-raising takes place on Saturday July 25 in Victoria Park, Bristol. Continuing their run of pavilions for a fragile future that, includes I’m So Sorry. Goodbye at Radical Nature, they’re creating a shelter for public performance and debate, based partly on the shabono communal huts built by the Amazonian Yanomamo – the “fierce people” of the Amazon. More about that on the Situations website. Situations are still looking for volunteers to help record the day.

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