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1. Person/Familie Ramos, Afonso Dios [HerausgeberIn]
2. Person/Familie Snow, Tom [HerausgeberIn]
Titel Activism
Verantw.-ang. edited by Afonso Dios Ramos and Tom Snow
Verlagsort (RDA) London
Verlagsort (RDA) Cambridge, Massachusetts
Verlag (RDA) Whitechapel Gallery
Verlag (RDA) MIT Press
E-Jahr 2023
E-Jahr (RDA) [2023]
E-Jahr (RDA) [2023]
E-Jahr (RDA) ©2023
Umfangsangabe 239 Seiten : Illustrationen
Formatangabe 21 cm
HT 1. Reihe u. Zähl. Documents of Contemporary Art ; Band 53
Weitere Angaben Artists include: Ai Weiwei, Basel Abbas and Ruanne Abou-Rahme, Jennifer Allora and Guillermo Calzadilla, Tania Bruguera, Black Audio Film Collective, Andrea Fraser, Coco Fusco, Theaster Gates, Nan Goldin, Gulf Labor Coalition, Liberate Tate, Sethembile Msezane, Hito Steyerl, Temporary Services
Weitere Angaben Writers include: Ute Meta Bauer, Dave Beech, Judith Butler, Amílcar Cabral, Elias Canetti, Jodi Dean, T.J. Demos, Macarena Gomez-Barris, Gavin Grindon, Félix Guattari, Brian Holmes, Amar Kanwar, Jacques Rancière, Lucy Lippard, Nicholas Mirzoeff, Yates McKee, Achille Mbembe, Gerald Raunig, Aruna D'Souza, Françoise Vergès
Weitere Angaben Mit Bibliographie und Index
ISBN 0-85488-314-2
ISBN 978-0-85488-314-1 paperback
Schlagwort / lok. Aktivismus / Kunst
Schlagwort / lok. Politische Kunst
Inhaltliche Zsfg. Activism is a critical point of contention for institutions and genealogies of contemporary art around the world. Yet artists have consistently engaged in activist discourse, lending their skills to social movements, and regularly participating in civil and social rights campaigns while also boycotting cultural institutions and exerting significant pressure on them. This timely volume, edited by Tom Snow and Afonso Ramos, addresses an extraordinary moment in debates over the institutional frameworks and networks of art including large-scale direct actions, as well as a radical rethinking of art venues and urban spaces according to racial, class, or gender-based disparities, including demonstrations against the extractive and exploitative practices of neoliberal accumulation and climate catastrophe. From ACT UP and its affiliate groups since the dawn of the AIDS crisis to the counter-spectacle and street theatrics of the so-called Arab Spring and Occupy, to ongoing protest movements such as Black Lives Matter, Rhodes Must Fall, and Decolonize This Place, activist aesthetics has proven increasingly difficult to define under traditional classifications. Resurgent campaigns for decolonial reckoning, ecological justice, gender equality, indigenous rights and antiracist pedagogies indicate that the role of activism in contemporary art practice urges a critical reassessment. One pressing question is whether contemporary art's most radical politics now takes place outside, against, or in spite of, conventional sites of display such as museums, biennials, and galleries
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fo 10/10/95 Bd.53

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