Doors open at 4 pm, lecture begins at 4:15 pm
At the Disturbances lecture of the end of May, we delve into the historical roots of communization theory and offer some practical coconuts to crack in order to end the capitalist way of being.
The thought is simple but it is precisely simplicity which is often the most difficult thing to attain. Communization means that revolution is communist only when it transforms all interhuman relations into communist relations. This will happen only if the process begins at the first stages of revolutionary tumult. Money, paid labor, the enterprise as a separate work unit and reservoir for collecting value, work time as separate from the rest of one's life, the production of value, private ownership, the state as a mediator of social life and conflicts, the separation of learning and doing, the objective of the quick and maximal circulation of all things. All of these must be discarded and not transferred under public or even collective management. They must be replaced with communal, non-monetary, non-surplus, stateless forms of life. This process will take time but it begins at the start of revolution; and it will not create the preconditions of communism, it will create communism.
Lecture on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1015271278558096/
Disturbances is an open series of lectures and discussions at the crossroads of society, philosophy, history, economy and resistance.
We are already aware that we can not live as before, but we do not know what the future holds. Others are stuck in the past, but we only want to understand it. Even a small disturbance of an initial condition can lead a system into a completely different state.
Our speakers are Finnish and international anti-authoritarian researchers and activists. Events are organized in cooperation with A-ryhmä and AutOp. You may also follow lecture online (both real-time and recording) at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgM8f7oTLT4qg9tMb_h3DKQ
Children are welcome to any events of A-ryhmä by default! We have now also a separate room in case children get tired of lecture. Prams can be left in the hallway on the 6th or 1st floor.
Kupoli is inaccessible space.
There is one small step at the downstairs front door, and an elevator that runs between from floor 1 to 6. Kupoli is on the 7th floor after a staircase.
There are two searate, rather spacey but not wheelchair-standardized, unisex toilets. There are stairs between Kupoli and wc.