Money is not the only thing that hides in Switzerland!
During the First World War, Zurich became a magnet for a bunch of anarchic folks who were rebelling against the 'rationality' that created the war and the economic fatalism that we are still dealing with today. They drank their absinthe at the Cabaret Voltaire, which after a hiatus for the better part of a century was re-established in the original Zurich site. The Yes Lab was invited to visit the Cabaret Voltaire for a Dada blessing, and we were delighted to find that the good folks at the Cabaret, with the help of an outfit called "Knobotiq" had brought together all the ingredients needed for a readymade protest.
We just combined Occupy Zurich, Reverend Billy and Voina, added a host of other n’er-do-wells, mixed it all up with some beautiful urban camo gear, and inserted the concoction into a local bank, where it simmered for the next 20 minutes.
Watch the video, and see if you can spot the activists despite the amazing camouflage of the legendary MacGhillie suits. Expect more from these in the future