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Volume 1, Issue 1
  • ISSN: 2055-2823
  • E-ISSN: 2055-2831

Abstract

Abstract

This article explores what the ambiguous notion of ‘critical’ art implies, using the following three terms which I think are important to address the inquiry: ‘boundary’, ‘Antonio Gramsci’ and ‘polyphony’. In this article, I will consider various efficacies of critical art and discuss works that have critical significance. Critical art and projects can be works that aim to draw a new frontier in relation to political issues by interrogating both the visible and the invisible, or it may be that art projects provide an alternative model of sensibility and subjectivity in order to enable us to become subjects, creating another possible society.

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2015-01-01
2024-02-27
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Keyword(s): Antonio Gramsci; critical art; dissensus; polyphony; postcolonialism
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