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2013 | XV (XXIV) | 47-64
Article title

An Allegory of Labour: Life and the Self in the Art of Tatzu Nishi. Cultural Hijack in London

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Alegoria pracy: życie i jaźń w sztuce Tatzu Nishi. Wystawa Cultural Hijack w Londynie
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Abstracts
EN
This essay is a critical review of the work of the Japanese artist Tatzu Nishi, part of the international exhibition Cultural Hijack at the Architectural Association School of Architecture (AA), London 2013, curated by the artists Ben Parry and Peter McCaughey. The project opened a debate around our rights to the city, the significance of creative acts of resistance and a critical examination of the role of art and the artist in an interventionist urbanism
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Artykuł jest krytyczną analizą pracy japońskiego artysty Tatzu Nishi, będącej częścią między-narodowej wystawy Cultural Hijack [Uprowadzenie kultury] zorganizowanej w Architectural Association School of Architecture [Szkole Architektury i Zrzeszenia Architektów] w Lon-dynie w 2013 r. Kuratorami wystawy byli artyści Ben Parry i Peter McCaughey. Projekt ten zainspirował dyskusję na temat praw mieszkańców do przestrzeni miejskiej, znaczenia krea-tywnych aktów oporu oraz roli sztuki i artysty w interwencjach urbanistycznych.
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47-64
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2013
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  • University of the West of Scotland
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Publication order reference
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1641-9278
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