Exhibition

Polite Graffito, Would be Anarchists

30 May 2010 – 13 Jun 2010

Event times

Ruskin Mill, Nailsworth, 10am-5pm

Cost of entry

Free

Stroud Valleys Artspace

Stroud, United Kingdom

Address

Travel Information

  • Stroud

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Polite Graffito, Would be Anarchists at Ruskin Mill

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Four polite graphic artists, Jo Fry, Imogen Harvey-Lewis, Micha Leese and Simon Mills, set out to explore their urge to graffiti, and the social bounds that prevent them from doing so. The idea for Polite Graffito was born of a desire to be able to shout - quietly. To graffiti without causing offence, permissive graffiti perverts the primeval call of furtive spray cans. In doing so Polite Graffito places the art of four would be anarchists within a traditional gallery setting.à‚  Polite = invisible, removable, small, apologetic, permission, nice, charming, queuing, having good manners, courteous, cultivated, cultured, refined, eloquent and 'with all due respect'. Graffito = a piece of writing or drawing scribbled, scratched, or sprayed on a surface, stickers, stencils, paste-ups, painting, drawing, scratching, edible or combustible.

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