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Journal of Aesthetics and Protest #3
13 Jul 2004
A journal for critical culture and active creativity.
free online or order print version.
Available in paperback, 215 pages of radicality. Contact us at contact (at)
A journal for critical culture and active creativity.

Marginalization (at times still an interesting tactic) is a concept
left-over from a less integrated society. When we call ourselves
activists, artists, cultural workers, journalists; wherever and however
we place ourselves in the culture spectrum- we announce an intention
to change the world. We need to act in ways that meet this challenge by
seriously relating to one another as teammates, not as competitors
standing for our own unique métier, practice, tactic, subculture or
issue. We need to internalize a human resource manager within our
head and deal with teammates as equal yet distinct collaborators.
>From the person who scrawls an anti-corporate graffiti slogan on his
school≠s coca-cola vending machine, to the curator of the Venice
Biennale. When we act otherwise, we cease being relevant or effective.
-From the forward for issue #3

Table of Contents

Financial Manifesto- Colleen Hennesey
Dark Matter: Activist Art and the Counter-Public Sphere- Gregory Sholette
The Pink Bloque-Rachel Caidor and Dara Greenwald
United Net-Works- Sofie Sweger
The Manufacture of Dissent- Andrew Boyd and Stephen Duncombe
Deescalating SUV‚s that Run Into Demonstrators- Jene Despain
Seance in the Dark Theater: Further Notes on the Death of Camp- Malik Gaines
and Alex Segade
Playin‚ It Straight: Fighting to Turn NYC into a Patriot Act Free Zone-
Benjamin Shepard
Office Ops in Williamsburg, NY is innovating its role as property managers-
Kevin Lindamood
180 Days- Aimee Chang
Emiliano Zapata: la memoria de la rebeldia- Victor Hugo Sanchez Resendez
Metaphysics, Protest and the Politics of Spectacular Failure- Colin Dickey
Uberlinda, The Cardboard and the Fire- Graciala Monteagudo
May Day- Felicia Luna Lemus
I Broadcast Therefore I Am: Radio Adventures in Indymedia Cancun- Kate Coyer
New Languages for New Practices in Argentina- Marina Sitrin and Emilio
Community Centering- Damon Rich
Contributions to a Resistant Visual Culture Glossary- Nato Thompson
Deserting the Culture Bunker- John Jordan
Hamburg Actions: A field Guide- Ava Bromberg and Brett Bloom
Deluding Language- Delusional Art: Crypto Political Aesthetics with Katie
Grinnan- Robby Herbst
Flash! Like Gossip!- Marc Herbst
Art Project contributions by;
Jane Tsong, Robert Powers
Matias Viegener, David Burns, Austin Young,
Pocho Research Society,
Jennifer Murphy, Stream Spirit Rising
Web only Content;
General Introduction to Collectivity in Modern Art- Alan Moore
Aesthetic and Political Avant-Gardes- George Katsiaficas
CIRCA: The Clandestine Insurgent Rebel Clown Army- Larry M Bogad

The Journal of Aesthetics and Protest is a Los Angeles (USA) based magazine.
The Los Angeles Editorial Collective includes:Cara Baldwin, Marc Herbst,
Robby Herbst, Lize Mogel, Christina Ulke, Kimberly Varella.

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