Third issue of the erotic Epectase magazineRead more "Epectase #3"
English translation of the text published in the third issue of EPECTASE magazineRead more "Invisible"
English translation of the text published in French in issue 3 of EPECTASE MagazineRead more "This is not porn"
With my friends we love stickers. Making and sticking them. Sometimes we even go for a walk in the neighborhoods only to fill the public space with our colorful stickers. We see it as a way to make our messages, our anger, our desires visible and conveyable. To circulate ideas in a free and decentralized way. In short, we love stickers.Read more "Stickers offensive"
The erotic magazine Epectase continues on its little path. Here is the second issueRead more "Epectase #2"
In Latin TACEO means “to keep silent”. A perfect name for a game in purpose is that the best line of defense during a police interrogation is to keep silent.Read more "TACEO #1 – A game against the police"
Projet Evasions proudly presents the first issue of the erotic magazine Epectase.Read more "Epectase #1"
The depth of the crises and the inhumanity of capitalism urge people on the streets of the whole world to resist poverty and oppression. We need solidarity actions to connect the working, feminist, anti-racist and ecological struggles of the countries where we live with those in the Middle East, North Africa, China, Chile, Haiti and beyond.Read more "Revolt 2019 – Book and exhibition"
If you like role-playing games or have wanted to practice concrete prison solidarity for a long time, you can play with prisoners by letter with the instructions of the Evasions Project. This can make everyday life in prison much more bearable!Read more "Role playing against the prison nightmare"
What is an anarchist game? Is it a game that promotes anarchist values? A game that depicts anarchist activities? A game that subverts and destabilizes power structures? What can gaming theory teach anarchists—and what can anarchists teach through games? To explore these and other questions, we conducted the following interview with TL, game designer and artist of Bloc by Bloc: The Insurrection Game.Read more "Insurrection is Not a Game"