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Tuesday, 25 August 2015

Welcome to Dismaland!

How might we think through this anti-establishment dystopian theme park "not suitable for adults"? The 2.5 acre show features installations by 58 artists, including 10 works from Banksy himself who described the production as “a festival of art, amusements and entry-level anarchism.”  
The Economist and the amazing art and design website Colossal have pictures and articles about this installation.

What does a theme park like this do to your childhood memories about Disney?  What does it do to the corporatized ideal that has become Disney?

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