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The Aesthetics of Austerity:
A Conversation with Liz Crow

By Liz Crow and Keren Zaiontz
In Dickinson, P, Johnston, K and Zaiontz, K (Eds) (2016) Mega-Event Cities, Public, 53:1, 118-130

As part of a ‘mega-event cities’ issue, in which leading scholars, artists, and activists to examine the role of the arts in articulating the social agendas of urban mega-events like Olympic Games and World Expos, Liz Crow and Keren Zaiontz discuss an artist-activist response to austerity in the context of the London 2012 Games, drawing upon Liz’s Bedding Out, Atos Protest Armband, and Figures.

Download the full conversation here.

To cite this page: Crow, Liz (2016) The Aesthetics of Austerity: A Conversation with Liz Crow, Roaring Girl Productions [online] [Available at: http://www.roaring-girl.com/work/aesthetics-austerity-conversation-liz-crow/] [Accessed 21/10/2017]