We demand cultural spaces run by the people who use them.
We create the space to remix categories, experiment, and learn what we do not already know.
Mess Hall explodes the myth of scarcity. Everyone is capable of sharing something.
The surplus of our societies should be creatively redistributed at every level of production and consumption.
Social interaction generates culture!
We embrace the creativity as an action without thought of profit.
We demand spaces that promote generosity.
Mess Hall insists on a climate of mutual trust and respect - for ourselves and those who enter our space.
No money is exchanged inside Mess Hall. Surfing on surplus, we do not charge admission or ask for donations.
Mess Hall functions without hierarchy or forced unity.”—Mess Hall’s 10 Points, 2007