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Urban Art Festivals: Cultural Politics and Potentials of Subversity (Abstract)
; Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
; Varazdin, Croatia
; Krizevci, Croatia
; University of Zagreb, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, I. Lucica 3, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia
Puni tekst: hrvatski, pdf (382 KB)
Kikaš, M., Mucko, B., Vukobratović, J., Kelemen, P. (2011). Urbanoumjetnički festivali: kulturne politike i potencijali subverzivnosti. Studia ethnologica Croatica, 23(1), 67-92. Preuzeto s https://hrcak.srce.hr/74742
The article analyzes and contextualizes three case studies – Zoom Festival from the town of Rijeka, Zagreb UrbanFestival and Culture Shock Festival from Križevci – marking them as interventional urban art festivals. The authors, by providing separate insights in each of the conceptually different festivals, emphasize the aspects on the basis of which they interpreted their subversive character: conflicts inside independent cultural scene, strategically hidden subversive elements in the program itself or potential of the festival to serve as a platform for civil activism. The common element appeared to be the political impact of those festivals on local, but also national level, as well as the ambivalent attitude towards the cultural politics which determine their institutional framework.
urban art festivals; Zoom Festival; UrbanFestival; Culture Shock Festival; independent culture; cultural politics; subversity
Hrčak ID: 74742
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