A (not only virtual) project investigating and realizing Revolution, considering time has gone by and Kalschnikows definitely belong to the past.
Revolution is far beyond fighting one irrational system in favor of another.
Ever been in a busy metro Station and wondered how it comes all people just “behave”? Common sense, right? Well, anarchy is common sense.
Undenk is the German translation of George Orwell’s coined term “crime think”
In his book “1984” Orwell depicts a world where an institution tells the people what to think, when to think it, and how to think it. Crimethink, in the book, is referred to by named institution as the act of “thinking in any other way, about any other thing or at any else moment than suggested by the institution”.
Undenk Projeqt is here to generate such “Crimethoughts”, reflect on them, incept and depict new or old thoughts in new lights.
Undenk is majorly influenced by anarchism, but as anarchism isn’t a political restrictive philosophy, or anyhow restrictive for that is, Undenk is just my little play ground, where I can rant and dream. Got it?
If not, fuck off.
…and whatever else GDPR wants us to talk about
Us, me, them… that is, we, we are a group of people who think and write about anything they want.
Maybe acktschually it’s just one people that thinks there are many?
Not sure about that, and I suggest to ask GDPR wether it matters or not, they’ll know!
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We, us, me, them, prefer to stay a bit anonymous ourselves. Not throwing out dick right at first date, right?
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