237.130_A3_W9_Work book part 1


Visual activism 

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Visual thinking is the engagement in visual culture. It simply cannot be studied but must be experienced and directly cultivated. Visual thinking builds the foundations of change.

Oligarchies refer to a form of power structure reliant on a small number of people. These people may be distinguished individuals, eg. by royalty, wealth, family, education, corporate, religious or military. This power does not necessarily need to be inherited.

Artocracy Mirzoeff refers to it as the ruling and control of all art (261).

Works cited

“Oligarchy.” Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, n.d. Web. 17 May 2016.

Mirzoeff, Nicholas. How to See the World. London: PelicN, 2015. PRINT


237.130_A3_W9_Work book part 1

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