West Berlin: Technische Universitat, 1978. Item #5278
Offset. 23 x 32 1/2 in. Very good, creased from being stored folded.
Hosted by the Technische Universitat in Berlin, the Tunix meeting assembled and laid the groundwork for a non-violent grassroots German political movement. The impetus of the meeting was to discuss new strategies of resistance and action following the RAF terrorist attacks of the "German Autumn" of 1977. The meeting consisted of lectures, discussions, film screenings, performances, demonstrations, and other nebulously related happenings. The Tunix meeting was influential as an organizational tool; its aftermath saw the new left form numerous organizations engaged in various projects, including the Tageszeitung newspaper, the rise of the Green Party, and the rise of gay rights and environmental activism.
Poster details the events from the weekend.