In this forum we aim to raise different questions regarding Action, Intervention and Daily Deployment.
Please feel free to engage in the conversation and submit questions.


Can the results of the material provided in the archive be regarded as more sustainable then ‘regular’ mass protest?

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  1. Well. I guess as an archive the platform itself, that is provided by aesthetics of protest, aspires to this sustainability. But most entries were set forth by some kind of action (intervention or daily deployment) and so I would not make this distinction between daily protest and ‘regular’ mass protest (unsure what that should mean in the first place…).
    I guess what is the great potential of AIDD is that it is not linked to any kind of political or ideological group. Therefore material does not get instrumentalised in any kind of way. But what really makes it work is the users who experience and constitute the (growing) resources that it offers and who further engage with topics raised and issues that are tackled.

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