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Disobedient objects

Author: Catherine Flood; Gavin Grindon; Victoria and Albert Museum,
Publisher: London : V & A Publishing, 2014.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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'Disobedient Objects' is about out-designing authority. It explores the material culture of radical change and protest - from objects familiar to many, such as banners or posters, to the more militant, cunning or technologically cutting-edge, including lock-ons, book-blocs and activist robots. Where previous social movement histories have focused on large-scale events, strategies or biographies, this book - and the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Exhibition catalogues
Exhibition catalogs
Exhibitions
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Catherine Flood; Gavin Grindon; Victoria and Albert Museum,
ISBN: 9781851777976 1851777970
OCLC Number: 880401017
Notes: Published to accompany the exhibition of the same name held at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, 26th July 2014-1st February 2015.
Description: 144 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 25 cm
Contents: Introduction / Catherine Flood & Gavin Grindon --
Barricades as material and social constructions / Mark Traugott --
The disobedient objects of protest camps / Anna Feigenbaum --
Making worlds --
From Tute Bianche to the Book Bloc / Francesco Raparelli --
Direct action --
On the phenomenology of giant puppets / David Graeber --
Unpopular pamphlets / Nicholas Thoburn --
Speaking out --
Disobedient bodies : art activisms in Argentina / Ana Longoni --
Solidarity --
A multitude of struggles --
Roundtable.
Responsibility: edited by Catherine Flood & Gavin Grindon.

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Disobedient Objects is about out-designing authority. It explores the material culture of radical change and protest - from objects familiar to many, such as banners or posters, to the more  Read more...

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