Name Course Tutor Date due SOCIAL CONTROVERSY IN ART Art is a public affair for it is thought to have a meaning that is always collectively negotiated. Art is something that is capable of representing the political power. The political power that art has is one of the things that have been taking place over the past centuries and it is still going on up to date. The mysterious way of art is regardless a social marvel indicating the as of now high breaking points of agreeableness of aesthetic claims in a given social star grouping. For graffiti and street art they can be controversial but also they can contribute to medium for voices of change protest as well as expression of the community desire. In many of the cities graffiti is associated with decay with the communities which are out of control and so many people term it for there is going to be an illegal aspect of it. It is clear that it will come a day that graffiti will be illegal to many countries (Jasper and James). Conclusion There are street arts that are used to portray a city property which means that it will not be the conflict of ownership. Adelaide says that the street arts are being used especially in the era that we are in today for they are seen as the game changers for the 21st-century city. Works cited Jasper James M. The Art of Moral Protest: Culture Biography and creativity in social movements. University of Chicago Press 2008. Rummel Erika. The case against Johann Reuchlin: religious and social controversy in sixteenth-century Germany. University of Toronto Press 2002. Awad Sarah H. and Brady Wagoner. "Agency and creativity in the midst of social change." Constraints of Agency. Springer International Publishing 2015. 229-243. [...]
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