This article explains how Literature vs. Traffic by the organization Luz Interruptus shows a contrast to the loud and overcrowded world we live in and makes them think more about literature through concepts of participatory art.
This article explores participatory art as political resistance, blurring art and activism, fostering solidarity, and shaping global protests in "The Little Picketers of Russia" project during the Ukraine war.
The anonymous artist Banksy has used the ruins of Ukrainian cities as his canvas to make a statement about the ongoing war. This article dives into the meaning of Banksy's art and how art can be a critical reflection of our world.
An analysis of the music video of APESHIT by the Carters. The music video criticizes the Western monopolization of Art. This paper analyses the music video through the perspective of McDonaldization, Colonialism, Art history, and World Art.
East Side Gallery is one of the most famous landmarks in Berlin. For decades it has hosted a flow of ideas and critiques about Europe's troubled past. This essay explores its significance through the lens of globalization.
This paper discusses the diverse range of meanings and interpretations that can be discovered in/ projected onto Sun Yuan & Peng Yu’s artwork Can’t Help Myself by providing the reader with various points of comparison.
In this article, I will explore how dark academia can be defined as a taste regime and how specific practices relate to the investment in practical knowledge in order to gain capital on social, economic, and cultural levels.