284
accumulation by dispossession
(Harvey), 237
acupuncture, 147, 263–64
Adamson, Glenn, 226
Adorno, Theodor, 219, 223n16
aestheticization, 217–18, 219
Aesthetics and Politics (Jameson,
ed.), 19n8
African American art, defined,
248, 251
Afro-pessimism, 146
Agit-Art, 168
Ahmed, Sara, 269n11
Ai Weiwei, 42, 48–53
Ai Weiwei’s Blog: Writings, Interviews,
and Digital Rants (MIT Press),
51n1, 53n2
Alam, Shahidul, 38, 54–59
American Civil Liberties Union, 44
Anatomy of Disgust, The (Miller),
30n29, 31n32
Andreassian, Karen, 41, 42, 60–65
antagonism, 219–23, 224–25, 274
Anthropocene, 16n2
Arab Spring, 97
Archive House (Dorchester Projects),
232–33, 238, 260. See also
Gates, Theaster
archives, 38, 42, 52, 61, 77, 78, 83,
124, 128, 129, 153, 159, 175, 204,
232–33, 242, 260, 270. See also
libraries
Arendt, Hannah, 17, 17n3, 19n8,
171, 175
Argentinian crisis (2001), 98–99, 104
Aristotle, 17
Armenian election (2008), 61, 64
Arnold, Eve, 21–22
art world
leveraging of, 205, 228–29, 264, 274
markets, 52, 201, 273
perspectives, 107, 128, 155, 215–16,
223
Arts and Public Life initiative, 271
Arts Incubator, 260, 265, 271
Attalah, Lina, 180
Austin, J.L., 224
Autonomous Women’s House
(AWHZ), 131
Azimi, Negar, 153
bad debt, 268
Badwan, Nidaa, 20, 22
Bahia, Brazil camp, 122
Bakhtin, Mikhail, 224
Baldwin, James, 15–17, 18–19, 18n6, 21
Balkin, Amy, 40, 66–71, 71n1
Ballard, Horace D., Jr., 246–252
banglarights.net, 59
bank (converted), 233, 271
Baroni, Bassam El.
See El Baroni,
Bassam
Bayat, Asef, 41
Beijing East Village artists, 52
Belarus, 158–59
belief, 200–202, 222, 262, 274, 275
Bennett, Jane, 223, 223nn15–16
Bereng, Lerato, 111n4
Berrada, Omar, 76–77, 96–97
Der Bevölkerung (Haacke), 112–17
BiblioTapTaps (BSF), 76
Bibliothèques Sans Frontières (BSF),
38, 72–77
Biko, Steve, 17–18
binaries, 218–219, 222–23
biology metaphor, 254–55
Black Artists Retreat, 204–06, 242,
243, 244, 251
Black Arts Movement, 242, 242n5
Black Atlantic genealogies, 224
Black Cinema House, 233, 242,
243, 260
Black Consciousness (Biko), 17–18
‘black’ moniker, 242–43
Black Monks of Mississippi, 216, 224,
257, 258
Black Noise (Rose), 260n12
Bleasdale, Marcus, 44
Blesh, Rudi, 260n11
Bostanorama (Schäfer), 172
Bourdieu, Pierre, 264
Brecht, Bertolt, 91, 113
Bringing Back a Fresh Kill (May),
24n4, 25n6, 26n10, 28n21
Brown, Bill, 225–26, 228
BSF. See Bibliothèques Sans
Frontières
The Building Is the Man (Gugulective),
108, 110
Burmese resistance, 141
Bush, George W., 99, 104, 237
Cakewalk, 258, 260n11
CAMP, 174–75
Campus in Camps (Hilal and Petti),
39, 40, 118–23
Campuzano, Giuseppe, 41–42, 78–85
capital, forms of, 264
capital / social fusion, 269n7
capping (garbage mounds), 28–29,
28n21
carbon offsets (Balkin), 70
Carbon Trading (Gilbertson and
Reyes), 71n1
Carrying (Espaliu), 84, 85n8
“The Carver in Anang Society”
(Messenger), 259n4
Cashin, Sheryll, 243
cell(s), 219, 254–55
Certeau, Michel de. See de Certeau,
Michel
CHA (Chicago Housing Authority).
See Chicago Housing Authority
Chakma, Kalpana, 59
Chakravartty, Paula, 231, 237
Chamany, Katayoun, 219, 254–55
Chan, Paul, 217
Chicago, 234–35, 257, 259n2
Chicago Housing Authority (CHA),
231, 235–36, 236n3
Children for Identity and Justice
Against Forgetting and Silence
(HIJOS), 98, 100n1
China, and Internet use, 49–50
China Art Archives and Warehouse,
52
Chobi Mela (photography biennial),
58, 59
Christov-Bakargiev, Carolyn, 226–27
Chto Delat, 39, 86–91
Church Going (Larkin), 262
“The Cinematic Sewer” (Pike), 27n15
cities. See urban space
citizenship, and marginalization,
38–40
Citizen Theater Now (DABATEATR
Citoyen), 92–97
City Is Our Factory, The (Schäfer), 174
civil disobedience training, 18–20, 21
clay, as metaphor, 225–227, 229. See
also pottery
Codecademy, 72
Colapinto, John, 224, 224n19, 275
Colebrook, Claire, 16n2
collective art practice. See specific
groups
“Collective Production of Desires”
(Schäfer), 174
Congolese political culture, 140–141
contamination, 30–35. See also
Ribas, João
Contra Filé (Brazilian artists group),
122
Corporal Punishment (Gugulective),
108
corporate / museum relations, 116,
228. See also art world
craft object, 226, 257, 259n4
Crawford, Romi, 240–45
Creative America (National Cultural
Center), 15, 21
creative economies, 227, 256
creative placemaking, 238–39,
264–65
“The Creative Process” (Baldwin),
15–17, 16n2
criminal law, and disgust, 32–33. See
also Ribas, João
crip and queer theory, 84
Crispus Attucks Elementary School,
267, 268
Critique of Judgement (Kant), 19,
19n8
Crossfire (Alam), 59
Cruising Utopia (Muñoz), 266–67
Cugusi, Laura, 180
Czenki, Margit, 172, 174, 175
DABATEATR, 38, 46, 92–97
Dalits, 34–35
Dargan, William T., 259n8
Darwin, Charles, 29–30
Da Silva, Denise Ferreira, 231, 237
Dave the Potter performance, 224
Dear Obama (Bleasdale), 44
Death of the Posthuman (Colebrook),
16n2
de Boeck, Filip, 146
debt (“bad debt”), 268
Debt Don’t Rot/Ityala Aliboli
(Gugulective), 110
de Certeau, Michel, 238
Decolonizing Architecture Art
Residency (DAAR) (Hilal and
Petti), 123
Demos, T.J., 70–71
De Natura Incertus (DNI)
(Campuzano), 42, 80
Der Bevölkerung (Haacke), 112–17
Desire Will Leave the House and Take
to the Streets (Czenki), 174
de Solà-Morales, Manuel, 263
Developing Neighbors
(Subramaniam), 270–71
Devlin, Lord Patrick, 32
Dinozord, 146
dirge and hymn singing, 258,
259nn8–9
dirt versus soil, 28, 28n20
disgust, 24, 30–33, 30n29, 31n32,
32n38, 32nn41–42
From Disgust to Humanity
(Nussbaum), 32n41
displacement, 40, 45, 98, 122, 140,
265. See also migration
Distinction: Social Critique of the
Judgment of Taste (Bourdieu),
264
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