Coercive Disobedience: Art and Simulated Transgression

@article{Steinberg2021CoerciveDA,
  title={Coercive Disobedience: Art and Simulated Transgression},
  author={Monica Steinberg},
  journal={Art Journal},
  year={2021},
  volume={80},
  pages={78 - 99}
}
Abstract Coercive disobedience is a targeted mode of protest; it goads retribution, dialogically exposing laws and policies in a manner that is potentially damaging to the interests of dominant elites. While previous discussions of coercive disobedience are limited to political science, law, and philosophy, I propose a consideration of such modes of dissent within an art context. Under consideration are experiments in simulated transgression realized by Paolo Cirio and Alessandro Ludovico, as… 
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