When guerrilla-geographer Daniel Raven-Ellison travels, he always keep his eyes peeled for unexpected works of art that creatively subvert culture, rules, and politics and force us to see...
Not all cultural landscapes are officially sanctioned by city planners or government officials. These landscapes of resistance are often poignant critiques on society and represent the mulitplicity of voices within places. There isn't one "Geography" with a capital G of a given place, but many geographies. Many people and demographic groups interact and use the same place in distinct ways and the meaning of that place is socially mediated within the cultural landscape.
Tags: art, landscape, culture, place, unit 3 culture.
Via Seth Dixon, The School Aranda