At Skogen in Gothenburg, Frihetsförmedlingen hosts a mini-Symposium on the bureaucratization of art and the artistry in bureaucracy.
As part of the GIBCA 2017 extended program, The Swedish Freedom Agency’s new Mobile Office will be present in Central Gothenburg for three days, starting September 28th.
On first come first serve basis, a Special Permit Unit will offer the public expert assistance and issue a great variety of relevant personalized permits.
Nöjesguiden writes about Frihetsförmedlingen, it’s history, originators, intentions and plans for the future, in the August edition.
The Swedish Freedom Agency visits Candyland over the summer. On the opening weekend freedom-seekers in the Stockholm area are invited to come and meet their Personal Freedom Administrator, get individual permissions issued, etc.
For the remainder of the exhibition period, the office will be unmanned, but the installation is free to visit and experience from the outside.