November 2016
Editor: Sara Savage

In/formation considers collective action and activism across the areas of art, design, architecture, urbanism and the environment in the information age, and the power of people to collectively enact real, tangible change. From the use of collective action in the Wangan & Jagalingou people’s fight against the proposed Carmichael mine in Northern Queensland and in the work of Liberate Tate, to a resident-led initiative at Bourj Al Shamali, a longstanding Palestinian refugee camp in Lebanon, we hope that this assemblage of strong, passionate voices can stir and inspire positive action.

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