Art and the Politics of Neoliberal Subjectivity: The Activist Artist in the East Village, 1981-1993.

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  • Abstract: This thesis examines contemporary political art in New York City's East Village as set against the neoliberal political economy of the 1980s, arguing for the formation of a characteristically ambivalent subject-position exemplified by certain activist artists and their work. The introduction surveys key examples of East Village art and its positions within neoliberalism and postmodernity... read more
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