Archive for Power

Power is Just a Snack

Power is going to come up a lot, so it’s worthwhile to think about a bit. One of the ways that I am interested in how activist art manifests is against, alongside, parallel to, and in opposition to P/power. But how does it work? Chomp, Chomp A mental exercise: Imagine a delicious cracker sandwich, made […]

Usership, Intersubjectivity, Political Meaning

If the people who are making vernacular, politicized cultural forms are also using these forms and doing so in groups, how do we talk about them? What about when them are us?   Users are Experts Steven Wright*, in a 2007 lecture about people using socially-engaged art, points out that they are experts of their […]

Education for Revolution