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Mulholland, Craig (2005)
Languages: English
Types: Other
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A solo exhibition of drawings, sculpture, video and sound. commissioned by The Changing Room, Stirling & The Whitechapel Project Space, London\ud \ud The vast escalation of petty crime -- spontaneous, everyday crime on a mass level -- marks a qualitatively new stage in contemporary class conflict: the turning point between pure destruction of the commodity and the stage of its subversion. Shoplifting, for example, beyond being a grass-roots refusal of hierarchically organised distribution, is also a spontaneous rebuttal of the use of both product and productive force. \ud \ud ‘The Revolution Of Modern Art And The Modern Art Of Revolution’ (Clark, Gray, Nicholson-Smith and Radcliffe, 1967)
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