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Exit Through the Gift Shop Rhetorical Analysis:

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Samrawit Belachew

on 3 November 2014

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Transcript of Exit Through the Gift Shop Rhetorical Analysis:

Graffiti on Israel-Gaza Border
Guantanamo Bay detainee inflatable at Disneyland
21st century: rise of graffiti as an art form
popular street artists rose including Banksy
Exit Through the Gift Shop-made in 2010
response to commercialization of street art
people continue to question the legitimacy of the documentary today
Background Information:
Thierry Guetta (Mr. Brainwash)
Banksy
Shepard Fairey
Space Invader
Summary
Art created out of excessive greed/desire for fame results in corruption of one’s character
Claim 1
Analysis
Exit Through the Gift Shop Rhetorical Analysis:
Samra Belachew, Caitlin Earl, & Megan Earl

contrasting effect between scenes/images
physical downfalls symbolizes corruption
Analysis
Disassociation with other artists
Achieved success through compromising self
Claim 2
The purpose of street art is to make a statement
on society
Analysis
Banksy's art=satirical
Influences change
Causes questioning by public
Appeals to sense of outrage=goal
Conclusion
Innocence to...
Thesis
Street art is for the benefit of the public rather than one’s self
Mr. Brainwash
Testimonies from Artists
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