Mass (and Individual) Moving

Born in the rebellious spirit of May 68, the loose collective Mass Moving hoped – like the students on the barricades – to take control of the imagination. Preferably as a collective, and as wild and experimental as possible, far away from the established art world and ditto art market. Artists, engineers and architects united and from the marriage of ecology and aesthetics – contorted between the mind of a scientist and that of an anarchist shoemaker – they discovered that controversy could be a way of life. The street was their field of action, their concerns were mobility, biodiversity and energy. In 1976, after about hundred actions and projects, the group fell apart. Some of the original members resumed the ideals and updated them under a new name: Mass and Individual Moving.

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