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Post-Soviet Graffiti
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Autumn 2011: Project Update

Thanks for checking in and keeping up with the project’s progression. I would like to share three very cool and exciting events, in which Post Soviet Graffiti participated this season:  From October 9th through October 15th, Georgetown University’s on-campus café cooperative “the Midnight Mug” hosted us for a solo photo exhibit. The exhibit received a very [...]

November 26, 2011 Post-Soviet Graffiti America, Archives, Graffiti 1

The Authenticity of the Medium and the State-Sponsored Legal Festival

Graffiti is inherently anti-authority. It wages a midnight war on private property and mainstream media censorship. In theory, street artists and their audiences exist on completely separate chronotopal planes; the viewer walks on a Vasilievskii Ostrov backstreet, observes the stenciled sentiment (whether consciously or sub-consciously), and processes the symbol’s message according to the viewer’s own [...]

November 25, 2011 Post-Soviet Graffiti Archives, Graffiti 2

(In Belarus) The Spray Can is Mightier Than the Sword

Last week Radio Free Europe/ Radio Liberty published a feature photo-essay based on our findings in Belarus during their attempted July 3rd revolution. We were also honoured to be featured as guests on their weekly “Blender” podcast. You can listen to our “Blender” podcast interview by clicking on the play button below. Our segment on [...]

July 28, 2011 Post-Soviet Graffiti Archives, Belarus, Graffiti, Press 0