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Final Gran Fury


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Final Gran Fury

  1. 1. Gran Fury: Utilizing the Power of Art to Exploit the Limits of Popular Culture. The White House, the Capitol building, and the Supreme Court are not the only venues for political activity. Cultural production also occurs on socially and politically inflected terrain. All art is political, but some announces its orientation or position more overtly. Inevitably every artwork advocates something, whether a political position or a type of descriptive system – even art that presents itself as an autonomous aesthetic object advocates viewing it that way. The processes by which art is taught, made, distributed, financed, shown, and used are not neutral, but are shaped by historical, economic, and social dynamics.