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Signaler un problème mobi ☆ Relié Û goproled ç [KINDLE] ❁ Signaler un problème Author Fred Evans – Goproled.co.uk Public space is political space When a work of public art is put up or taken down it is an inherently political statement and the works aesthetics are inextricably entwined with its political Public space is political space When a work of public art is put up or taken down it is an inherently political statement and the works aesthetics are inextricably entwined with its political valences Democracys openness allows public art to explore its values critically and to suggest new ones However it also facilitates artworks that can surreptitiously or fortuitously undermine democratic values Today as bigotry and authoritarianism are on the ri

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Ic tendencies and reveal new dimensions of democratic society Through close considerations of Chicagos Millennium Park and New Yorks National September 11 Memorial Evans shows how a wide range of artworks participate in democratic dialogues A nuanced consideration of contemporary art aesthetics and political theory this book is a timely and rigorous elucidation of how thoughtful public art can contribute to the flourishing of a democratic way of lif

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Signaler un problèmeSe and democratic movements seek to combat them as Confederate monuments fall and sculptures celebrating diversity rise the struggle over the values enshrined in the public arena has taken on a new urgencyIn this book Fred Evans develops philosophical and political criteria for assessing how public art can respond to the fragility of democracy He calls for considering such artworks as acts of citizenship pointing to their capacity to resist autocrat