museum of care
The Museum of Care will be a series of residences distributed worldwide (one of which will be located in Fire Island – the home of David Graeber). We understand the Museum of Care not as a place to archive and preserve things but to create and nurture social relationships. An international network of physical spaces where people can connect, think, write, create and organise
nika mentioned this early on (on david dying):
Nika Dubrovsky (@nikadubrovsky) tweeted at 1:02 AM on Sat, Sep 05, 2020:
I have been overwhelmed by the many condolence messages and offers of help. Thank you!
In the weeks before his untimely passing, David and I had started making plans to turn his childhood home on Fire Island, New York, 1/
or intellectuals, activists, artists to meet and imagine new futures together. With your help, I would like to pursue this project to honor his memory. 2/
Rest in Power David Graeber
David & his wife @nikadubrovsky started making plans to turn his childhood home in NY into a place for intellectuals, activists & artists to gather & imagine new futures together.
In loving memory, help this become reality:
Original Tweet: https://twitter.com/DoubleDownNews/status/1303796016089571328
adding page this day:
Nika Dubrovsky (@nikadubrovsky) tweeted at 7:04 AM on Thu, Oct 15, 2020:
The Museum of Care will be a series of residences distributed worldwide (one of which will be located in Fire Island – the home of David Graeber). We understand the Museum of Care not as a place to archive and preserve things but to create and nurture social relationships. An international network of physical spaces where people can connect, think, write, create and organise.
Nika Dubrovsky (@nikadubrovsky) tweeted at 6:40 AM on Fri, Oct 23, 2020:
Here is a short text about The Museum of Care, that we cowritten with @davidgraeber recently, that can provide a context for our project.
the museum of care – reimagining the world after the pandemic by nika and david
imagine for a moment we are sane and don’t just go back to pretending there’s some reason to have all these people bluffing to make us think they work all day but instead got rid of the bullshit jobs..t
and kropotkin dirty jobs law.. et al
Imagine that the experience of lockdown and economic collapse actually allows us to see the world as it really is and we acknowledge that what’s referred to as “an economy” is simply the way we collectively keep each other alive, provision each other with the things we need and generally take care of one another. . t.. Say we also reject the notion of social control.
Imagine we jettison the idea of production and consumption being the sole purpose of economic life and substitute care and freedom. What would we do with the buildings then?
In a world built around care and solidarity, much of this vast and absurd office space would indeed be blown up, but others could be turned into free city universities, social centers and hotels for those in need of shelter. We could call them ‘Museums of Care’ — precisely because they are spaces that do not celebrate production of any sort but rather provide the space and means for the creation of social relationships and the imagining of entirely new forms of social relations. t
and our findings:
2\ if we create a way to ground the chaos of 8b free people
imagine if we just focused on listening to the itch-in-8b-souls.. first thing.. everyday.. and used that data to augment our interconnectedness.. we might just get to a more antifragile, healthy, thriving world.. the ecosystem we keep longing for..
museum of care.. across the board
Whoever want to join us on ZOOM tonight, here is info how to do it and the notes from the last Friday
Original Tweet: https://twitter.com/nikadubrovsky/status/1319619355127283712
so fridays at 1 pm denver time
site for visual city assembly: https://v-a.city/
A Visual Assembly is a democratic form of creative collaboration – used to reimagine and visualise new ways in which to organise the city or the social systems as a whole.
sounds like city sketchup ness et al
and 2 min video of david describing the child like ness of it [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KqoulrutRSk]
liberation for kids is when they get taken seriously
liberation for adults .. can be goofy..
first have to throw off shackles on imagination reverting to child like state..
1 yr to be 5 ness et al
using their own structure of participation as the contents of the city itself
wish we could talk.. wish you could see/hear
notes/quotes from ..
We already have eight residences! Now it’s all about rules: how to escape an Airbnb-scenario? How to develop a solidarity network that can guarantee safety, care, inclusion and openness. 1/ https://t.co/5mJpnCiZot
Original Tweet: https://twitter.com/nikadubrovsky/status/1320107816808480774
Whether the Visual Assembly (https://t.co/XmCQqHuLGA) in a year’s time will be as alive and broadly supported project as #Carnival4David or the “ExR message” is not clear, but it is an exciting task to think about.5/ https://t.co/cZTcU2uJFx
Original Tweet: https://twitter.com/nikadubrovsky/status/1320325329454583808
ExR almost created a language in which we can talk about human feelings. It has nothing to do with political parties, art groups, institutions,
And this is why it worked.
Original Tweet: https://twitter.com/nikadubrovsky/status/1320321213135310848
global idiosyncratic jargon
- graeber anarchism law
- graeber bi law
- graeber f & b same law
- graeber grant law
- graeber increase b law
- graeber job\less law
- graeber mechs to hear law
- graeber min\max law
- graeber rethink law
- graeber revolution law – [graeber model law]
- graeber unrealistic law
- graeber values law
- graeber/wengrow back & forth law
- graeber/wengrow never stupid law
- graeber/wendgrow top down law