logo grand The Pharmakon project in that way inscribes itself in a growing movement of artistic initiatives that engage themselves more directly into the political sphere, that want to make the public, the other, the citizen part of their researches, that question how the artistic relates to the world we live in.These artistic interests speak of the willingness to restate desire in its fullness as a societal driving force.A desire that is not reduced to economic drives, but that is structured and transformed in accordance to the practices and thoughts of its members.Or more simply: we speak about set-ups that could inform and produce knowledge that could question the desires and urgencies that produce our social agencies.