A Lasting Truth Is Change
|Y. Zola Zoli van der Heide; T. Le Melle eds.
Transformative justice movements consistently recognise the power of art. Culture workers simultaneously acknowledge the need to challenge the historical and institutional conditions in which art is made. And while heritage art institutions display radical works, it is often without meaningfully addressing the structural injustice that has constrained their production. This book asks: What lies beyond hierarchical and extractive traditions that can activate change, here and now? The responses from scholars, non-normative collectives, and artists engaging with emancipatory experiments at the perimeters of institutions include interviews, essays, comics, and a play.
|186 p, ills colour, 17 x 24 cm, pb, English