Group Affinity, Manuel Rader, 2011

The notion of affinity has increasingly gained significance in contemporary social movements that underline self-organised and non-hierarchical models of public assembly. Group Affinity aims to examine and negotiate this form of public-alliance where definitions of social and cultural significance are constructed and interacted with by the people who share and support them—and to extend it as a model for mutual learning, communal living and emerging artistic and cultural production.

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