Trashing the Neo-Liberal City: Autonomous Cultural Practices in Chicago from 2000-2005
edited by Emily Forman and Daniel Tucker
Learning Site #003
A collection of essays and articles exploring creative interventions into the Chicago cityscape in the early 2000s, including cultural interventions into gentrification, the destruction of public housing, historical monuments, protests, television, art spaces, graffiti, and urban planning. Projects featured include the Artists Against Artist Housing, Ask Me!, Autonomous Territories of Chicago (ATOC), CHAos, the Department of Space and Land Reclamation (DSLR), Feel Tank, God Bless Graffiti Coalition, Haymarket 8-Hour Action Series, NFO-XPO, Pilot TV, Pink Bloque, and the Real World Protests. Included are pieces by Ava Bromberg, Emily Forman, Pauline Lipman, Nicolas Lampert, Josh MacPhee, Micah Maidenberg, Laurie Palmer, and Daniel Tucker.
thick newsprint magazine/booklet
2-color printing, 32 pages