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Anderson, Benedict. 1983. Imagined Communities. London: Verso.

Arendt, Hannah. 1998/1958. “The Public Realm: The Common.” In The Human Condition. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, pp. 50–58.

Arns, Inke and Sylvia Sasse. 2006. “Subversive Affirmation: On Mimesis as Strategy Of Resistance.” In East Art Map: Contemporary Art and Eastern Europe, edited by IRWIN. London: Afterall, pp. 444–455.

Ashford, Doug. 2006. “Conversation 1 Anywhere in the World.” In Who Cares. New York Creative Time Books, pp. 23–60.

Basualso, Carlos and Reinaldo Laddaga. 2009. “Experimental Communities.” In PUBLIC 39: New Communities, edited by Nina Möntmann: 20–31.

Bauman, Zygmunt. 2001. Community: Seeking Safety in an Insecure World. Cambridge, Polity Press, pp. 1–16.

Bishop, Claire. 2004. “Antagonism and Relational Aesthetics.” October 110 (Fall): 51–79.

Bishop, Claire. 2006. “The Social Turn: Collaboration and its Discontents.” Artforum, February: 179–185.

Bishop, Claire, ed. 2006. Participation, Documents of Contemporary Art. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Bishop, Claire. 2012. Artificial Hells: Participatory Art and the Politics of Spectatorship. London: Verso.

Bourriaud, Nicolas. 1999. “Relational Form.” In Relational Aesthetics. Bordeaux: Les presses du réel, pp. 11–24.

Bosma, Josephine. “Constructing Media Spaces: The Novelty of Net(worked) Art Was and Is All About Access and Engagement,” http://www.medienkunstnetz.de/themes/public_sphere_s/media_spaces/scroll/.

Boyer, Christine M. 1996. The City of Collective Memory: Its Historical Imagery and Architectural Entertainments. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Brandon, Laura. 2007. “War, Art and the Internet: A Canadian Case Study,” Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies 13 (1): 9–17.

Brenson, Michael. 2004/1998. “Audience, Artist, Institution, Community.” In Acts of Engagement: Writings on Art, Criticism and Institutions, 1993–2002. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, pp. 159–166.

Bruno, Giuliana. 2007. Public Intimacy: Architecture and the Visual Arts. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Burk, A. L. 2003. “Private Griefs, Public Spaces.” Political Geography 22 (3): 317–333.

Costanzo, Jim. 2000. “REPOhistory’s Circulation: The Migration of Public Art to the Internet.” Art Journal 59 (4): 32–37.

Daniel, Sharon. 2011. “Collaborative Systems: Redefining Public Art.” In Context Providers: Conditions of Meaning in Media Arts, edited by Margot Lovejoy, Christiane Paul, and Victoria Vesna. Bristol, UK; Chicago: Intellect, pp. 55–87.

Dieter, Daniels. 1994. “The Art of Communication: From Mail Art to the E-mail,” http://www.medienkunstnetz.de/source-text/73/.

de Ridder-Vignone, Kathryn D. 2012. “Public Engagement and the Art of Nanotechnology.” Leonardo 45 (5): 433–438.

Demos, T.J. 2013. “Charting a Course: Exile, Diaspora, Nomads, Refugees: A Genealogy of Art and Migration.” In The Migrant Image. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, pp. 1-20

Deutsche, Rosalyn. 1986. “Krzysztof Wodiczko’s ‘Homeless Projection’ and the Site of Urban ‘Revitalization.’” October (Autumn): 63–98.

Deutsche, Rosalyn. 1992. “Art and Public Space: Questions of Democracy,” Social Text no. 33: 34–53.

Deutsche, Rosalyn. 1996. Evictions: Art and Spatial Politics. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Dietz, Steve. “Public Sphere_s: Editorial.” http://www.medienkunstnetz.de/themes/public_sphere_s/editorial/scroll/#ref10.

Dinkla, Söke. 2013. “Intimacy and Self-Organization in Hybrid Public Spheres.” In Throughout: Art and Culture Emerging with Ubiquitous Computing, edited by Ulrik Ekman. Cambridge: MIT Press, pp. 419–429.

Doherty, Claire, ed. 2014. Public Art (Now): Out of Time, Out of Place. London: Art / Books.

Doss, Erika. 1995. “Public Art in the Corporate Sphere.” In Spirit Poles and Flying Pigs. Washington: Smithsonian, pp. 71–112.

Doss, Erika. 2010. Introduction to Memorial Mania. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, pp. 1–15.

Drescher, Timothy. 1998. “Street Subversion: The Political Geography of Murals and Graffiti.” In Reclaiming San Francisco: History, Politics, Culture, edited by James Brook, Chris Carlsson, and Nancy J. Peters. San Francisco: City Lights Books, pp. 231–245.

Drobnick, Jim, and Jennifer Fisher, eds. 2011. Civic Spectacle. PUBLIC Art/Culture/Ideas, no. 45.

Eccles, Tom, Tom Finkelpearl and Anne Pasternak. 2008. “Thinking About the Public in Public Art.” In Creative Time: The Book, Princeton, Princeton Architectural Press.

Ede, Siân. 2002. “Science and the Contemporary Arts.” Public Understanding of Science 11 (1): 65–78.

Enwezor, Okwui. 2008. “The Postcolonial Constellation: Contemporary Art in a State of Permanent Transition.” In Antinomies of Art and Culture, edited by Okwui Enwezor, Nancy Condee and Terry Smith. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, pp. 207–234.

Finkelpearl, Tom. 2001. Dialogues in Public Art, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Finkelpearl, Tom. 2013. What We Made: Conversations on Art and Social Cooperation. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

Foster, Hal. 1996. “The Artist as Ethnographer.” In The Return of the Real: The Avant Garde at the End of the Century. Cambridge: MIT Press, pp. 171–204.

Foucault, Michel. 2001. “Chapter 1: The Word Parrhesia.” Fearless Speech. Semiotext(e), pp. 11–24.

Fowkes, Maja and Reuben Fowkes. 2010. “Contemporary East European Art in the Era of Globalization: From Identity Politics to Cosmopolitan Solidarity.” Art Margins Online. http://www.artmargins.com/index.php/2-articles/598-contemporary-easteuropean-art-era-globalization-identity-politics-cosmopolitan-solidarity.

Fraser, Nancy. 1990. “Rethinking the Public Sphere: A Contribution to the Critique of Actually Existing Democracy.” Social Text, no. 25/26: 56–80.

Fraser, Nancy. 2007. “Transnationalizing the Public Sphere: On the Legitimacy and Efficacy of Public Opinion in a post-Westphalian World.” Theory, Culture and Society, 24, pp. 7–30. http://eipcp.net/transversal/0605/fraser/en.

Fusco, Coco. 1999. “Introduction: Latin American performance and the reconquista of civil space.” In Corpus Delecti: Performance Art of the Americas, edited by Coco Fusco. London: Routledge, pp. 1-18.

Fusco, Coco. 1994. “The Other History of Intercultural Performance.” TDR 38 (1): 143–167.

Gardner, James B. 2004. “Contested Terrain: History, Museums, and the Public,” The Public Historian 26 (4): 11–21.

Gillick, Liam. 2006. “Contingent Factors: A Response to Claire Bishop’s Antagonism and Relational Aesthetics,” October no. 115 (Winter): 95–106.

Gopnik, Adam. 2014. “Stone and Bones: Visiting the 9/11 Memorial Museum,” The New Yorker, July 7 &14: 38–44. http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2014/07/07/stones-and-bones.

Habermas, Jurgen. 1991. The Structural Transformations of the Public Sphere. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, pp. 1–26.

Hardt, Michael and Antonio Negri. 2003. Commonwealth. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Harvey, David. 2006. “The Political Economy of Public Space.” In The Politics of Public Space, edited by Setha Low and Neil Smith. New York and London: Routledge, pp. 17–34.

Hornstein, Shelley. 2011. Losing Site Architecture, Memory and Place. Burlington: Ashgate.

Jackon, Sharon. 2011. Social Works: Performing Art, Supporting Publics. New York: Routledge.

Jacob, Mary Jane. 2011. “Art in Public Space, on Practicing in Public.” The Exhibitionist: 37–39.

Kaminska, Aleksandra and Janine Marchessault. 2014. “The Heritage Village: Sifting Through Immaterial Histories of Land.” Transformations Journal. no. 25: New Immaterialities. http://www.transformationsjournal.org/journal/25/03.shtml.

Kapur, Geeta. 2007. “Curating: In the Public Sphere.” In Cautionary Tales: Critical Curating, edited by Steven Rand and Heather Kouris. New York: apexart, pp. 56–68

Kerr, Joe. 2000. “The Uncompleted Monument: London, War and the Architecture of Remembrance,” In The Unknown City: Contesting Architecture and Social Space, edited by Iain Borden, Joe Kerr, and Jane Rendell. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, pp. 68–90.

Kester, Grant. 2004. Conversation Pieces: Community and Communication in Modern Art. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Grant Kester. 2011. One and the Many, Contemporary Collaborative Art in a Global Context. Duke University Press,

Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, Barbara. 1998. “The Ethnographic Burlesque.” TDR 42 (2): 175–180.

Kramer, Jane. 1992. “Whose Art is It?,” The New Yorker, December 21: 80–109.

Krause Knight, Cher. 2008. Public Art: Theory, Practice and Populism. Malden, MA: Blackwell.

Krauss, Rosalind. 1979. “Sculpture in the Expanded Field,” October no. 8: 30–44.

Kwon, Miwon. 2003. One Place After Another: Notes on Site Specificity. Cambridge: MIT Press.

Lacy, Suzanne, ed. 1994. Mapping the Terrain: New Genre Public Art. Seattle: Bay Press.

Latour, Bruno and Peter Weibel, eds. Making Things Public. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press

Lauzon, Claudette. 2011. “Monumental Interventions: Jeff Thomas Seizes Commemorative Space.” In Imagining Resistance: Visual Culture and Activism in Canada, edited by J. Keri Cronin and Kirsty Robertson. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, pp. 79–94.

Lee, Pamela. 2009. “How to be a Collective in the Age of the Consumer Sovereign.” Artforum, October: 185–189.

Lefebvre, Henri. 1996. “The Right to the City.” In: Writings on Cities, edited and translated by Eleonore Kofman and Elizabeth Lebas. Cambridge, MA: Blackwell Publishers.

Macdonald, Sharon J. 2003. “Museums, National, Postnational and Transcultural Identities.”Museum and Society 1 (1): 1–16.

Marchessault, Janine, Chloë Brushwood Rose, Jennifer Foster, and Aleksandra Kaminska. 2015. Land/Slide: Possible Futures, A Public Art Intervention. Toronto: PUBLIC Books.

McAllister, Kirsten Emiko. 2010. Terrain of Memory: A Japanese Canadian Memorial Project. Vancouver: UBC Press.

Meacher, Colette. 2003. “Impish Acts of Sabotage,” In Surface Tension: Problematics of Site, Downey, CA: Errant Press.

Miessen, Markus, and Chantal Mouffe. 2012. The Space of Agonism: Markus Miessen in Conversation with Chantal Mouffe. Edited by Nikolaus Hirsch and Markus Miessen. Berlin: Sternberg Press.

Miles, Malcolm. 1997. “The Contradictions of Public Art,” Art, Space and the City. London: Routledge, pp. 84–103.

Miles, Malcom, Angela Harutyunyan and Kathrin Horschelmann, eds. 2009. Public Spheres After Socialism. Bristol, UK: Intellect Books.

Marwick, Alice E. 2012. “The Public Domain: Surveillance in Everyday Life.” Surveillance & Society 9(4): 378–393.

Möntmann, Nina, ed. 2009. New Communities, PUBLIC Art/Culture/Ideas no. 39.

Mouffe, Chantal. 2000. The Democratic Paradox. London: Verso.

Mouffe, Chantal. 2006. “Which Public Space for Critical Artistic Practices?” In Cork Caucus: On Art, Possibility and Democracy, edited by Tara Byrne, Dublin: National Sculpture Factory.

Mouffe, Chantal. 2007. “Artistic Activism and Agonistic Spaces.” Art & Research: A Journal of Ideas, Contexts and Methods 1 (2). http://artandresearch.org.uk/v1n2/mouffe.html.

Nikos Papastergiadis and Meredith Martin, 2011. “Art Biennales and Cities as Platforms for Global Dialogue.” In Festivals and the Cultural Public Sphere, edited by Gerard Delanty, Liana Giorgi, Monica Sassatelli. New York: Routledge, pp. 45–62.

Papastergiadis, Nikos. 2012. “Mobile Methods.” In Cosmopolitanism and Culture. Cambridge, UK: Polity Press, pp.178–194.

Parry, Ben. 2011. “Rethinking Intervention.” In Cultural Hijack: Rethinking Intervention. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 10–39.

Peteet, Julie. 1996. “The Writing on the Walls: The Graffiti of the Intifada.” Cultural Anthropology 11 (2): 139–159.

Phillips, Patricia C. 1989. “Temporality and Public Art.” In Critical Issues in Public Art, edited by Harriet F. Senie and Sally Webster. Washington: Smithsonian Books, pp. 295–304.

Phillips, Patricia C. 1996. “Public Constructions.” In Mapping the Terrain: New Genre Public Art, edited by Suzanne Lacy. Seattle: Bay Press, pp. 60–71.

Phillips, Patricia C. 1998. “Out of Order: The Public Art Machine,” Artforum, December: 92–96.

Piotrowski, Piotr. 2012. Art and Democracy in Post-Communist Europe. London: Reaktion Books.

Pieroth, Kirsten and Barbara U. Schmidt. 2008. “Everyday Inventing.” In Artists as Inventors, Inventors as Artists, edited by Dieter Daniels and Barbara U. Schmidt. Osfildern: Hate Canz, pp. 218–228.

Raqs Media Collective. 2005. “Light from a Distant Star: A Meditation on Art, Agency and Politics,” in Theory in Contemporary Art Since 1985, edited by Zoya Kucor and Simon Leung, Malden: Blackwell.

Reinhold, Martin. 2013. “Public and Common(s).” Places Journal. January 24. https://placesjournal.org/article/public-and-commons/.

Rosler, Martha. 1987. “The Birth and Death of the Viewer: On the Function of Public Art.” In Discussions in Contemporary Culture, edited by Hal Foster. Seattle: Bay Press/New York: Dia Art Foundation, pp. 9–15.

Rosler, Martha. 2012. “Occupy Response,” October no. 142.

Rosler, Martha. 2012. “The Artistic Mode of Revolution: from Gentrification to Occupation,” e-flux. http://www.e-flux.com/journal/the-artistic-mode-of-revolution-from-gentrification-to-occupation/.

Rosler, Martha. 2013. “The Artistic Mode of Revolution: from Gentrification to Occupation.” In Culture Class. Berlin: Sternberg Press.

Schaffer, Simon. 2005. “Public Experiments.” In Making Things Public, edited by Bruno Latour and Peter Weibel. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, pp. 298–307.

Senie, Harriet F. 2002. The Tilted Arc Controversy: Dangerous Precedent? Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, pp. 1–36.

Sheller, Mimi and John Urry. 2003. “Mobile Transformations of ‘Public’ and ‘Private’ Life.” Theory, Culture and Society 20 (3): 107–125.

Shirky, Clay. 2010. “The Political Power of Social Media: Technology, The Public Sphere and Social Change.” Foreign Affairs. https://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/2010-12-20/political-power-social-media.

Sholette, Gregory. 2012. “After OWS: Social Practice Art, Abstraction, and the Limits of the Social.” e-flux. www.e-flux.com/journal/after-ows-social-practice-art-abstraction-and-the-limits-of-the-social.

Smith, Terry. 2012. “What is Contemporary Curatorial Thought?” In Thinking Contemporary Curating. New York: ICI Perspectives in Curating No. 1, pp. 28–55.

Squires, Catherine R. 2002. “Rethinking the Black Public Sphere: An Alternative Vocabulary for Multiple Public Spheres.” Communication Theory 12 (4): 446–468.

Steyerl, Hito. 2011. “Art as Occupation: Claims for An Autonomy of Life.” e-flux. www.e-flux.com/journal/art-as-occupation-claims-for-an-autonomy-of-life-12/.

Taylor, Diana, 1998. “A Savage Performance: Guillermo Gomez-Pena and Coco Fusco’s‘ Couple in the Cage.’” TDR 42 (2): 160–175.

Thompson, Nato. 2004. “Trespassing Relevance.” In The Interventionists: Users Manual, edited by Nato Thompson and Gregory Sholette, MASS Moca.

Thompson, Nato and Gregory Scholette. 2004. The Interventionists. Cambridge: MIT Press, pp. 13–22 and pp. 133–140.

Thompson, Nato. 2012. Living As Form, Socially Engaged Art from 1991–2011. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Till, Karen E. 2003. “Places of Memory.” In A Companion to Political Geography, edited by John A. Agnew, Katharyne Mitchell and Gerard Toal. Malden: Blackwell, pp. 289–301.

Till, Karen E. 2008. “Artistic and Activist Memory-Work: Approaching Place-Based Practice.” Memory Studies 1 (1): 99–113.

Tomkins, Calvin. 1978. “Onward and Upwards with the Arts: Running Fence.” The New Yorker, 28 March: 43–82.

Warner, Michael. 2005. Publics and Counterpublics. New York: Zone Books.

Willis, Shelly and Ann Hamilton. 2009. “Chapter 10, Investigating the Public Art and Commissioning System: The Challenges of Making Art in Public.” In The Practice of Public Art, edited by Cameron Cartiere and Shelly Willis. New York: Routledge, pp. 152–159.

Sloan, Johanne. 2007. “At Home on the Street: Public Art in Montreal and Toronto.” Urban Enigmas: Montreal, Toronto, and the Problem of Comparing Cities, edited by Johanne Sloan. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, pp. 213–238.

Smith, Neil. 1992. “Contours of a Spatialized Politics: Homeless Vehicles and the Production of a Geographical Scale.” Social Text 33: 19–33.

Wodiczko, Krzysztof. 1986. “Public Projections.” October (Autumn): 3–22.

Wodiczko, Krzysztof. 2004. “Interview with Krzysztof Wodiczko: Making Critical Space Public.” By Elise S. Youn and Maria J. Prieto. http://architecturalinterviews.blogspot.ca/2009/12/interview-with-krzysztof-wodiczko.html.

Young, James E. 1992. “The Counter-Monument: Memory against Itself in Germany Today.” Critical Inquiry 18 (2): 267–296.

Żmijewski, Artur. 2012. Forward to Forget Fear, edited by Artur Żmijewski and Joanna Warsza. 7th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art. http://www.berlinbiennale.de/blog/en/comments/forget-fear-a-foreword-by-artur-zmijewski-19528.

Zukin, Sharon. 1995. “Whose Culture? Whose City?” In Cultures of Cities. Cambridge: Blackwell, pp. 1–48.

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