This user's manual for the creative disruption of everyday life is an excellent collection of writings and documents on radical interventionist art practices. From the Atlas Group, through Critical Art Ensemble to the Surveillance Camera Players this book investigates the politics and tactics of socially engaged artists and collectives.
Contributors: Nato Thompson, Gregory G. Sholette, Nicholas Mirzoeff, Krzysztof Wodiczko, Lucy Orta, William Pope.L, Critical Art Ensemble, Alex Villar, Ruben Ortiz-Torres, Institute for Applied Autonomy, Surveillance Camera Players, e-Xplo, Valerie Tevere, The Yes Men, subRosa.
MIT and MASS MoCA, Cambridge, 2004, 152 pages, colour images throughout, 21cm x 26cm.
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