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Journal of Aesthetics & Protest #7

January 31, 2010


The Journal of Aesthetics & Protest #7 is out now, and chock full of material that looks both interesting and is by a bunch of solid people that have been friends in past and present. You can read it online HERE, or buy a print copy HERE. Here’s the table of contents:

-Green is the New Red: An Interview with Journalist Will Potter by Dara Greenwald
-Food Justice Now! by Mark Vallianatos
-Two Notes on Art and Class (Composition)
-Never Art/work! by Stevphen Shukaitis & Erika Biddle
-The Power Class by Michael Parker
-Notes for an Artist Run Credit League by InCUBATE
-Protests Past and Protest Futures, a conversation with Benj Gerdjes, Gavin Grindon and Rodrigo Nunes
-The Aaron Burr Society by Jim Costanzo
-Between Art and Anarchism; Horizontalism in New Social Practices: Revolutionary Autonomous Communities and Artists For Social Justice by Sue Bell Yank
-Gathering The Fruit Together, a conversation on gleaning with Hynden Walch and Asiya Wadud
-The Free Store by Salem Collo-Julin
-Clump Camp, Real World and the web 2.0 Social Remix, a conversation with Tobias Van Veen, Kate Rich and Kayle Brandon
-A Conversation with Scott Berzofsky (Participation Park Baltimore) & Jennifer Renteria (Starlite Swap Meet LA)
-Coop 57; It Is Possible To Undertake Projects Outside The Market: by Amy Franceschini
-Welcome to the Cultural Goodwill Revolution: On Class Composition in the Age of Classless Struggle by Marc J Leger
-gardens of utopia: by Jennifer Breckner, Robin Hewlett, Mark Tribe
-A critical look at issue seven by Lucy Dinnen


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