If I Can't Dance to It, It's Not my Revolution curated by Natalie Musteata

What is the relationship between anarchism (as a political movement and philosophy) and the visual arts? Is there a field of “anarchist art?” If so, what types of practices constitute this field? Is there, for instance, an aesthetic, or ontology, specific to anarchist art? Does an anarchist artwork consist of anarchist  subject matter ? Is it anarchist in  form ? Is the artist/producer a self-identified anarchist?  These are the questions that Natalie Musteata has addressed while curating  if I can’t dance to it, it’s not my revolution , an exhibition that investigates the intersection of anarchism and counter-cultural artistic practices in Europe and North America from the 1960s to the present. This exhibition "catalog" is as unconventional and non-traditional as the show itself. Each artist has contributed a small folded flyer that is all bound by a screw that keeps it within the book format, creating limitless possibilities for perusal and display. 




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