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Behind the Nowhereisland project is a key question: “If we were to start a new nation, how might we begin?”
Many of the islands new citizens have given their ideas for the constitution of the nation. Some of the ideas include paying less tax if you walk or cycle and that every citizen should get two days a month to follow their dreams.
Fifty-two resident thinkers for the project, including artist and musician Yoko Ono, ethical food chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, and founder of the Eden Project, Tim Smit, have joined members of the public in putting forward ideas on how a fictional idyllic island could be run.
Views have been offered on environmentalism, peace activism, politics, art, sustainable farming, human rights and more.
The Nowhereisland embassy - © Max McClure
Nowhereisland will not be inhabited, but it has been towed around the south west coast during the summer. Having left Weymouth on 25 June, the island is visiting ports including Exmouth, Torquay, Plymouth, Mevagissey, Newquay and Ilfracombe, before arriving in Bristol harbour on 7 September.
Events and activities will take place on land at each location where the island is moored, including with the involvement of local schools. The team has created an embassy for the island – a mobile museum of documents and objects explaining the story of the project, which is travelling on land to each location.
The island will be dispersed between its citizens when the tour ends.
Author: Bethany Wivell