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This compelling examine graffiti explores the various elements of this surprising, uncooked, and infrequently vulgar artwork shape that aren't regularly mentioned. The hearts and minds of obsessive graffiti writers are printed, and more than a few arguable subject matters are addressed. What motivates them? How do they stay? Why and the way do they turn into drawn to what many see as vandalism? The ideas and instruments of the alternate are tested, and interviews with infamous graffiti writers from around the globe are incorporated. packed with gorgeous and infrequent colour pictures of a few of the deadliest tags, throw-ups, cross-outs, and burners from the personal collections of graffiti legends, this ebook might be precious by way of graffiti writers, these thinking about hip-hop tradition, and participants attracted to city artwork and the lives and reasons of obsessive vandals.
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24 Perhaps here we have the beginnings of a post-humanist libidinal economy. 25 One wonders what Eklöf-Berliner-Mauer would make of such a statement (or indeed The Berlin Wall, if it were still with us). In Sartre’s “game of mirrors,” to recognize the subjectivity of the other is to realize the objectivity of the self for that very same subjectivity. 9% of the world’s human population, to experience oneself as an object is bound up with a profound sense of shame. Moreover, this ontological shame of (the) naked being (perhaps related to Agamben’s notion of “bare life”), is a symptom of our own anthropocentrism.
15 The anxiety of influence has given away to full-blown panic – to what DJ Greyboy calls “dealing with the Archive” – and few artists work outside the pressure of this accumulation. In fact, this pressure may itself be the very condition of the contemporary work, like a fast-forward cartoon of carbon into diamond. Production and appropriation have become confused to the point of fusion, as have design and art. There is no distinction between designer and artist outside the social context of production (which is relatively meaningless, if we look for immanent answers in the work of art itself).