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Interrupting the city artistic constitutions of the public sphere

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Auteurs : Bax, Sander (Auteur) ; Gielen, Pascal (Auteur) ; Ieven, Bram (Auteur)

Lieu de publication : Amsterdam

Éditeur : Valiz

Collection : Antennae

Date de publication : 2015

ISBN : 9789492095022

Langue : Anglais

Description : 326 p. : 21 cm

Notes : Bibliograph : p.297
Index

Sujets :
Installations in situ (Art)
Intervention artistique dans l'espace public
Arts - Aspect politique
Arts - Philosophie et théorie
Art et société

Dépouillement du document :
A public sphere, for example / Sander Bax, Pascal Gielen, Bram Ieven

1- ARTISTIC IMAGINATION OF THE CITY

Voices of finance: the Joris Luyendijk Banking blog and Tom Lanoye's novel Gelukkige slaven / Sander Bax

Cities & signs : rethuinking Calvino's urban imaginaries / Odile Heynders

How to dare, interrupt, intrude, fictionalize and scream for a public : an interview with Sarah Vanhee / Bojana Cvejic?

ActionScape / Rennie Tang & Sara Wookey

2- THE CITY AND ITS POLITICS

Can we tolerate it? notes on the public sphere after the end of Liberalism / Bram Ieven

The machinic-dividual city / Gerald Raunig

The political art of urban insurgency / Erik Swyngedouw

3- STRUGGLE WITH THE CITY

Poet interrupted: Bart Moeyaert as Antwerp's poet lauteate (2006-2007) / Vanessa Joosen

Embodying the possibilities of public space

Circus Amok: an interview with Jennifer Miller / Tessa Overbeek

Mysteries of the creative class, or, I have seen the enemy and they is us / Gregory Sholette

4- COMMON PUBLIC SPACE

Of cities roaring / Geertjan de Vugt

Commonplaces on the (spatial) commons / Lieven de Cauter

Peforming the common city: on the crossroads of art, politics and public life / Pascal Gielen

Résumé :
Interrupting the City looks at how artistic practices and interventions constitute the public sphere. To interrupt the city means to arrest the flow or circulation of the urban system. The tactics by which this is achieved may vary, ranging from a media offensive to street riots, but each and every time these activities affect the public sphere, they make the public sphere. Thus, the public domain is constituted by a combination of social, political and media forces, in a continual flux that is constantly being interrupted. This book attempts to chart the conditions for developing a voice in the public sphere, and to ask in what way these conditions may be altered by means of artistic interventions. Its contributions delve into the relations between artistic practices and the public space, including the urban relations between art and politics. [Résumé de l'éditeur]

Collection : Bibliothèque de l'École nationale de cirque

Localisation : Bibliothèque

Cote : 792.022 01 B3551i 2015

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