Sunday, August 2, 2015

Graffiti and Notions of ‘Public Space’ by Percy Zvomuya

"Graffiti art is, perhaps, one of the few professions that allows its practitioners the room to traverse separate geographies and make a mockery of the town planner’s divisive hand. It may be because of its ancestry and DNA, at once secret and public, borderline illegal and somewhat official,  anti-establishment and co-opted." Continue reading.