Benny Zable on maintaining activism and Arcology

Sunday, 11 September 2022 - 11:00am to 11:30am
Benny Zable in costume

Benny Zable is a radical performance and visual artist. Benny wears  a gas mask and white gloves. Have you seen him?  He was a visual designer at the Aquarian festival back in 1973  ever since then has made his art known in Australia and the world.  

He has been present at many camps to defend nature: Save The Franklin, Stop Roxby Uranium mine, to stop the Whitehaven Coal Mine, Stop Adani, Occupy Wall Street and numerous campaigns to keep Uranium  in the ground and for peace.

Today Benny gives us the secret of staying so productively active year after year. 

He also describes arcology; the principle of building living spaces and towns that nurture community in harmony with the natural world.  

Earth Matters Episode #1365 was  produced by Bec Horridge

Links

Arcosanti | The World’s First Arcology Prototype & Urban Laboratory

BENNY ZABLE - Political Activist and Performance Artist

The Benny Zable Story (nimbinaustralia.com)

Benny Zable – While I remember

Greedozer Meets Fossil Fool

The Deadly Art of Activism, Perfected Over 4 Decades (filmsforaction.org)

 

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Sunday 11:00am to 11:30am
Local and global environmental issues from grassroots, activist perspectives with a strong social justice focus. Distributed nationally on the Community Radio Network.

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Megan Williams, Bec Horridge, Nicky Stott, Eiddwen Jeffery and Judith Peppard

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