Contemporary Street Arts in Europe: Aesthetics and Politics by S. Haedicke

By S. Haedicke

road theatre invades a public area, shakes it up and disappears, however the reminiscence of the disruption haunts the location for audiences who adventure it. This publication appears to be like at how the dynamic interrelationship of functionality, player and position creates a politicized aesthetic of public area that permits the general public to rehearse democratic practices.

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