Author: Martin Lang

Martin Lang is a lecturer in Fine Art at the University of Lincoln. He is a member of the Politicized Practice Research Group (Loughborough) and part of an Art Activism and Political Violence community of interest group. Prior to working at Lincoln, he taught on the BA Fine Art and BA History & Philosophy of Art programmes at the University of Kent and on the Foundation Diploma at University for the Creative Arts. He has published research on militancy, the neo-avant-garde and the apocalypse and revolution.

The Roots and Ramifications of Boundaries

Surrealist Lessons in Freedom of Speech. The Roots and Ramifications of Boundaries...

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Occupying: Les Enragés to Los Indignados

Occupying Space Across Time: Prof. Martin Lang investigates occupation from Les Enragés to Los Indignados...

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Could shooting somebody ever be an act of performance art?

Prof Martin Lang discusses violence as a form of performance art...

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Why Being an Artist is not a Job

Working away in the studio is play with consequences not a job, thank goodness!...

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