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Every Form of Art Has a Political Dimension?

michkuo writes: "Provoking interview with political/aesthetic theorist Chantal Mouffe in MIT Press journal Grey Room. It's in issue #2:

It's not online, but I think it's at St. Marks Bookshop. The interview tests some interesting premises about the status of art as an inherently political -- in the "friend/enemy" definition of the term -- entity. Mouffe also has some pretty far-out ideas that branch away from the contemporary Left: contesting the legitimacy of a common "human citizen," a citizenship of the world; universal human rights, etc."