The phenomenal forms of political graffiti in Rome and Buenos Aires: a comparison based upon detailed descriptive analysis

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Abstract

The paper provides a comparison of political graffiti in Rome and Buenos Aires. It examines ten photographs in each city and explores their properties through a detailed and intensive process of descriptive coding. The comparative method reveals the specific, contextual elements essential for interpreting these graffiti. In a broader sense, these photographic images are seen not as signifying ‘disorder,’ but rather as an intrinsic part of the very ordering of the streets in contemporary metropolitan environments.
Original languageEnglish
Pages313-325
Number of pages12
Volume33
No.4
Specialist publicationVISUAL STUDIES
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 09 May 2019

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