I “graffi” della protesta Street art, barriere artificiali e forme di espressione del dissenso

Marco Mondino, Simona Stano, Lamberto Ferrara, Marco Mondino

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Abstract

Street art is any art – specifically visual art – developed in publicspaces. It can include traditional graffiti artwork, stencil, sculpture,sticker art, street poster art, video projection, guerrilla art, flash mobbing, wheatpasting, etc. Typically, the term is used to refer to unsanctionedor “prohibited” art, as opposed to institutional artistic initiatives. So, isit possible to speak about street art as a form of protest art? If so, whatare the signs, texts, codes and practices through which graffiti, stencilsand other forms of street art can serve as means to express oppositionand dissent? The present paper aims at answering these questions at firstthrough a general historic introduction that will try to contextualize anddescribe the street art phenomenon and its evolution over time, thenfocusing on two specific case studies whose purpose is to investigate,from a semiotic point of view, its role in the expression of dissent andprotest acts. Especially, we will deal with the use of graffiti, stencilsand posters as means of protest against two very known and discussedexamples of separation barriers
Lingua originaleItalian
pagine (da-a)161-205
Numero di pagine45
RivistaLexia
Volume13-14
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2013

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I “graffi” della protesta Street art, barriere artificiali e forme di espressione del dissenso. / Mondino, Marco; Stano, Simona; Ferrara, Lamberto; Mondino, Marco.

In: Lexia, Vol. 13-14, 2013, pag. 161-205.

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Mondino, Marco ; Stano, Simona ; Ferrara, Lamberto ; Mondino, Marco. / I “graffi” della protesta Street art, barriere artificiali e forme di espressione del dissenso. In: Lexia. 2013 ; Vol. 13-14. pagg. 161-205.
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