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Graffiti as Street Art

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on 19 November 2014

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Transcript of Graffiti as Street Art

Repurposing
-Abandoned spaces
-Attracting people to the area
-to live
-to work
-to visit
Helping the Economy
-Business
-Working
-Consuming
-Travel
-Attracting visitors

Detroit
Research Process
-Complications
-Choosing Sources
-What I found
-How I formed my thesis
Graffiti vs. Street Art
-For the purposes of my paper the two are used interchangeably

Thesis
Through taking ownership of public spaces, repurposing previously abandoned areas, drawing people together, and providing new attraction and unique beauty to a city, graffiti has the power to revitalize Detroit.
Graffiti as Urban
Beautification

Street Art and the Population
-What people associate with the word graffiti
-How people feel about street art
-What the public space means to the public
-How street art affects the public space
-Public Spaces
-Rebeautification
-Economic Benefits
References:

Lee, D. (2013). “Anybody can do it”: aesthetic empowerment, urban citizenship, and the naturalization of Indonesian graffiti and street art. City and Society, 25(3), 304-327. Retrieved from Academic OneFile Database.
Mcauliffe, C. (2012). Graffiti or street art? Negotiating the moral geographies of the creative city. Journal of Urban Affairs, 34(2), 189-206. Retrieved from Academic OneFile Database.
Somerville, K. (2011). The urban canvas and its artists. The Missouri Review, 34(3), 97-108. Retrieved from Academic OneFile Database.
Visconti, L., Sherry, J., Borghini, S., & Anderson, L. (2010). Street art, sweet art? Reclaiming the “public” in public place. Journal of Consumer Research, 37(3), 511-529. Retrieved from Academic OneFile Database.
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