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In 1968, the young activist Palle Nielsen approached the Moderna Museet in Stockholm with a proposal for turning the museum into an adventure playground. For a month, his ‘Model for a Qualitative Society' offered a space exclusively for children, without parents or educators. In his essay, Lars Bang Larsen analyses the utopia of a self-organized society that aimed to encourage personal freedom and collaboration between individuals. The documentation of this work forms part of the MACBA Collection.


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Selection from the catalogue 'Palle Nielsen. The Model - A Model for a Qualitative Society', pages 2 and 3
 Selection from the catalogue 'Palle Nielsen. The Model - A Model for a Qualitative Society', pages 6 and 7
Selection from the catalogue 'Palle Nielsen. The Model - A Model for a Qualitative Society', pages 18 and 19
Selection from the catalogue 'Palle Nielsen. The Model - A Model for a Qualitative Society', pages 26 and 27
Selection from the catalogue 'Palle Nielsen. The Model - A Model for a Qualitative Society', pages 28 and 29
Selection from the catalogue 'Palle Nielsen. The Model - A Model for a Qualitative Society', pages 54 and 55
Selection from the catalogue 'Palle Nielsen. The Model - A Model for a Qualitative Society', pages 64 and 65
Selection from the catalogue 'Palle Nielsen. The Model - A Model for a Qualitative Society', pages 96 and 97
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Selección del catálogo "Palle Nielsen. El model. Un model per a una societat qualitativa" páginas 112 y 113
 Selection from the catalogue 'Palle Nielsen. The Model - A Model for a Qualitative Society', pages 136 and 137
 Selection from the catalogue 'Palle Nielsen. The Model - A Model for a Qualitative Society', pages 228 and 229
 Selection from the catalogue 'Palle Nielsen. The Model - A Model for a Qualitative Society', pages 238 and 239

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Son[i]a #108 Lars Bang Larsen
22.07.2010
Son[i]a #77 Palle Nielsen
02.04.2009
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