Each week we’ll be calling back to an example of creative activism from our website Actipedia – an open-access, user-generated database of creative activism.

This week we’d like to highlight this really powerful piece of arts activism by Public Movement, a Tel Aviv based ‘performative research body’. In 2012 they created Re-Branding European Muslims to investigate conflict around Islam in Europe and the use of branding by nation states, such as the EU, in the management of multiculturalism. World events often bring our practices – art and activism – and the space in which they meet, into sharp focus.

Find out more on Actipedia: http://actipedia.org/project/rebranding-european-muslims

Public Movement ‘Re-Branding European Muslims’ (2012)