terça-feira, 16 de junho de 2015
Public Spaces Belong to The Community
"Artists who stick to the roots of graffiti art tend to encourage illegal graffiti. [...] the idea of modern graffiti art came from a rejection of authority and the ruling class, turning the worker into a "commodity" that has no personal feelings or need for self-expression. In response, artists took to public walls to express their frustration. Their argument is that the walls are part of the community, and members of the community should decide what is displayed on public walls, not outsiders."
Posted by Dalaiama