Constitution Day by Australian Pavillion
May 23 – 26, 2019
The newly alienated territory of the Great Reef Barrier and its Queensland adjacencies, created to protect the reef from Australia’s government negligence and global late-capitalist practices, requires a series of foundational acts to be consolidated under a Constitution. These acts are not intended to be regulatory, against the natural logic of constitutions, but trans-regulatory, as they will define the scope of emancipated relations between the voluntary citizens of the new post-national body. A workshop has been organized around the pending task of imagining the nature of these foundational acts.
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