Contemporary creation as a tool

Circostrada Network, a European information and exchange network on street arts and new circus, has published a collective work called “Arts in the urban space: contemporary creation as a tool”.
"The publication aims to engage in deeper reflection on the effects of artistic intervention in public spaces. We asked European scholars of various fields to analyze, from the perspective of their own domain, the impact that artists’ presence has on the public space. What does it mean for society to see the arts moving into a space that was not originally conceived for them? What role can the street arts play in making adjustments on our cities or improving the framework of our lives? Should we beware of the possible exploitation of artistic creation towards political ends?"

Table of contents:


  • Town Planning and Street Arts
  • Spectator in fabula – What Street Theatre Does to Spectators
  • Public Art: between (street) spectacle and the spectacular
  • Nomadic Creations
  • From the Street Theatre to Theatre in the Public Space
  • Artistic Interventions Affirm Public Space
  • Arts Don’t Have to Know How to Behave – A Commentary on Street arts in Contemporary Urban Surroundings
  • Art, Public Space and Creation Centres

Contributers:
  • Anne Gonon
  • Jean-Pierre Charbonneau
  • Dragan Klaic
  • Alix de Morant
  • Joanna Ostrowska
  • Ramón Parramón
  • Christian Ruby
  • Stéphane Simonin
  • Corina Suteu & Cristian Neagoe
  • Yohann Floch (coord.)
You can download the PDF for free: French and in English

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