Lauren Haughey explores how Palestinian graffiti and urban art has been an important tool to keep alive global awareness of the Israeli occupation.
Is it damage to legal property if it is a beautiful mural all citizens enjoy? Is it a limit on our freedom of expression to remove such pieces that have become, like the ones of Banksy, almost landmarks? This debate is seen this week on Exeposè, bringing together comment and art sections.
APennsylvania Road sign has been defaced, leaving a rather rude alternative in its place. Allegedly tampered with in the early hours of this morning, the sign had the latter half of ‘Pennsylvania’ whited out and the remaining letters highlighted in blue spray paint, causing the sign to read “Penis Road”. A popular student accommodation location […]
Whilst Banksy’s been ensuring that all leave suitably disheartened from his dystopian Dismaland this summer, a new trend has taken over both his home turf and the nation, with quinoa at it’s core. No, this isn’t the next superfood tsunami sweeping the nation. Not a word about antioxidants, so-called “vitamin powerhouses” or “hidden health benefits” […]