Special section of Xcp: Streetnotes, Fall 2004
Call for Papers Date:
special section of Xcp: Streetnotes
In the next issue of Xcp: Streetnotes, we will be displaying examples of politics and power relations on the street. We are looking for documentation and analysis of politics in public places or at street level. Work about or on street campaigns, actions, protests, advertisments, power relationships, and performances are welcome. The idea is to discover politics through the lens of everyday experiences. Does power rest in the streets? How do streets or public places serve political purposes? Is the street relevant politically?
Participants are asked to send for publication, photographs, documents, writing, projects, and project synopses, where the “street” has become a site for politcal work, struggle, reflection, or critique.
We envision a display of innovative work from practitions, observers, and theorists.
For more information about the guidelines for contributing to "Street Politics" contact Xcp : Streetnotes Editor, David Michalski at at the address below.
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Deadline : September 15, 2004.
Estimate publication date : October 15, 2004.
Exhibitions of STREETNOTES are published on the internet biannually. Past exhibits have been saved and are accessible. Visit...
Xcp: Streetnotes, Editor.
Humanities and Social Sciences Dept.
Shields Library, University of California
Davis, CA 95616
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