Guerrilla Art, a form of street art evolved from the graffiti art culture in the United States. A form of Public Art, it is not “moveable” but more “environmental” in that the surface used to create the art work is an integral part of the artwork. Street artists encompass many media and techniques such as wheatpasting, stickers, stencil graffiti and mosaic tiling. The most important development in the movement and the reason for its 'guerrilla' tag is the adoption of guerrilla marketing techniques over traditional artistic methods. Many guerrilla artists hijack major branding for their own publicity and identity, often at odds with the brand itself.
Mr. Ankrom discusses what drives him to create his performance art.
Online journal examining attacks on art and the influence of iconoclasm.
Group of five artists, activists and researchers who organize public events about mixing of art, communication and social issues. Information on conferences and links to study subjects.
A New York City based prank collective that causes scenes of chaos and joy in public places. The group's motto is "We Cause Scenes." Includes videos and photos of their comedy projects.
Aims to facilitate communication on an interactive and informative level through subversive intervention into public space.
A clandestine group of underground performers staging site-specific, unsanctioned, and unsolicited projects within privately owned public spaces.
Aims to reclaiming cities from corporate rule through subversive art.
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