Journal of aesthetics and protest

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The Journal Of Aesthetics & Protest #6 by Marc Herbst

Having worked with Robbie and contributed to the second section of the journal, I should give it five stars, but cant. One major reason is Im just not that interested in aesthetics and individual approaches to political expression. The first two sections sort of sum up whats been going on in anti-war art and activism. For me, it was depressing to read how little, ineffective, and uninspiring it all is. The third section proposed some interesting theoretical challenges - mainly about contesting space and the private/public dichotomy - but I felt they werent fully explored. Perhaps it was an article-length issue, or a submission quality issue (mine included). I appreciate what JOAAP is trying to do and that theyre around, but its not really my scene.
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What Happened to Peace and many more. Go Here to order the new issue for a two issue subscription and to preview the design. You will not want to miss it. The book comes with in depth analysis ofactivist and art projects as well as resolute analysis of cultural conditions bypeople we want you to read. There were ways to avoid it;staring to the internets, listening to radio, cursing, cursing news, attendingprotests, trying at little "political projects.

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  1. Wooden archive box, plexiglass, submitted and collected films, videos, books, posters, slides, DVDs, and other cultural ephemera.

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