Where Do You Draw The Line Between Art and Politics?
“Where Do You Draw The Line Between Art and Politics?” consists of a series of interviews with individuals who have been active in various capacities at the intersection of art and politics.
Between historical documentation, political memory, dialogic reflections and motivational support, the publication focuses on the experiences, commitments, and feelings that animate and inform aesthetic priorities in social spaces both within and outside of art institutions; a repository designed to inspire and enourage the politicization of aesthetics, as opposed to the aestheticization of politics.
Davide Tidoni is an artist and researcher working with sound and listening. With a particular focus on direct experience, observation, and action, he creates works of different formats that include live performance, intervention, walk, video, audio recording, and text scores. He is interested in the use of sound and music in counter-culture and political struggles and has published a sound based field research on the northern Italian ultras group Brescia 1911 (“The Sound of Normalisation,” 2018).