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4 - Feelings about Attribution and Preservation

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  20 April 2023

Enrico Bonadio
Affiliation:
City University London
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The chapter highlights street and graffiti artists’ opinions about protecting their art in case of misattribution, unwelcome associations as well as destruction, removal and relocation of their pieces. It highlights that several of these artists (but not all) value the bond that attaches them to their creation and show interest in the moral rights of attribution and integrity as tools to protect and preserve their art. Particular attention is devoted to how street and graffiti artists would react if their pieces are destroyed or removed from their original location in the street.

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Copyright in the Street
An Oral History of Creative Processes in Street Art and Graffiti Subcultures
, pp. 61 - 103
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2023

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