graffiti

Oct 2016 |

STATE-SANCTIONED ICONOCLASM: A question and an answer concerning the damnatio memoriae of a radical gesture | LIA YOKA and ORESTIS PANGALOS

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In this town, nobody seems to be afraid of graffiti. Many would call it “creative intervention” and might even see it as anticipating the true Commons, a space that transcends fake public/private divides. They count “street art” among the few remaining authentic forms of expression today.

Jul 2009 |

INTERVIEW:McLevey vs. Banksy | ALEXANDER DE QUERZEN

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If you are not aware, BANKSY vs BRISTOL MUSEUM, "a unique collaboration between the city's foremost cultural institution and one of the region's most overrated artists" (as they said) is taking place until August 31st in Bristol, and "it contains scenes of a childish nature (that) some adults may find disappointing" (as Banksy said). Why I'm speaking about this? Because it was "banksed" (to banks, new verb, action to correct someone's work after publication, without noticing him or anyone) the first day.

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