Pjotr Pawlenski: Der bürokratische Krampf und die neue Ökonomie politischer Kunst

by Pjotr Pawlenski

Edited by Wladimir Velminski

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»Political art works with the instruments of power this will transform these instruments into material.« The Russian action artist Pjotr Pawlenski (* 1984) has decisively influenced the Russian art in the last years with his actions. For his action “Threat” in November 2015, he lit the door of the Russian secret service FSB and was convicted to prison. At the beginning of June 2016 he was fined and released from pre-trial detention.

The present volume includes Pawlenski’s Art Manifesto and three interrogations he secretly recorded, and which were conducted by an investigator from the Russian Public Prosecutor’s Office to find out whether Pawlenski was involved in the burning of tires on a St. Petersburg bridge (Aktion Freiheit). For this offense of vandalism he could be charged.
In the Manifesto Pawlenski makes clear that his art is not exhausted in public space, but always and even fundamentally involves the reaction of the judiciary, since only the reaction of state authorities, mostly by repression, opens the field of conflict where the artistic criticism and Instruments of power collide.

SKU 00126
Weight 0.112 kg
Book author Pjotr Pawlenski
Editor Wladimir Velminski
Product language German
Pages 128
Size 120 x 170 mm
ISBN 978-3-88396-381-5
Medium Books
Publisher Merve Verlag
Year published 2016
Funded by
Beauftragte der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien
Neustart Kultur
Börsenverein des deutschen Buchhandels

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