We have got 3 copies of the stunning It’s the Political Economy, Stupid: The Global Financial Crisis in Art and Theory to give away (see below for more info on the book). Featuring writing by Slavoj Zizek, David Graeber, Judith Butler, Melanie Gilligan and Kerstin Stakemeier amongst others.
What we are looking for is original artwork on the theme of the current economic crisis. This can consist of an image, poem or photograph.
Whoever can inspire and surprise us the most will win a free copy of the book and will have their artwork featured on the Pluto blog and social media sites (not exactly fame but it’s a start!). Please e-mail your entry to: email@example.com by 17.30 hours GMT, Thursday 31st January.
The Global Financial Crisis in Art and Theory
Edited by Gregory Sholette and Oliver Ressler
Leading critical artists and theorists analyse the current crisis of capitalism.
“Confrontational, intellectual, and occasionally amusing group show, which squarely aligns itself with the Occupy movement.” – Village Voice (praise for the exhibition on which the book is based)
“In the wake of the capitalist crisis, very few cultural institutions have dared to address the horrors of greed that plague us in such a direct and haunting way. “ – Alexander Cavaluzzo, Hyperallergic