School Of Love (SOL) is a platform for collective practices. An invitation to explore ways of being together, deriving from reflections on the notion of love as a public concern. Understood as such and taught in schools, love becomes not only a form of resistance to individualist tendencies, but also a way of being.
SOL is practiced through regular meetings, events, workshops and performances in schools and in the fields of art and social engagement.
SOL contributes to the perception that school should be seen as more than just a breeding place that prepares the inexperienced to an existing reality outside of it. Seen as a place for experiment, reflection and collectivity, school bears the potential to change society. When learning is commonly understood as a process to adapt to the known, SOL insists that it is rather a way to engage with the unknown.