Abbreviated versions of this e-resource

“On the neoliberalization of culture and why it matters” presented as part of “Resistance through memory, oral history, and art” at Whose Winnipeg? Neoliberalism, Settler Colonialism, and the Production of Urban Space, Winnipeg MB, August 20, 2013.

“A Total Spectacle” is a curatorial statement for an exhibition of the same title addressing the many ways corporations aim to maximize profit through social and cultural control. This text also offers a brief history of the rise of corporate power and comments on the nature of totalitarianism. Pubished May 23, 2013.

“Controlling the limits of possibility: On the privatization of education and culture.” ArtLeaks Gazette. May 2013. vol 1. pp 5 – 13.

M. Placentile “Corporate Culture.” Geez. Issue 26, Summer 2012. pp 26 – 7.

“What’s up with the neoliberalization of culture? … And why does it matter even if you consider your practice apolitical?” Presented by Milena Placentile at Mentoring Artists for Women’s Art on Friday, December 2, 2011. Text available here. Images available here.

“Artist-led Cultural Activity as Resistance to Capitalism” presented as part of Just Do(ing) It: Artist-led and self-organised cultural activity as resistance to Capitalism, a Radical Aesthetics Radical Art symposium co-hosted by Loughborough University School of the Arts, University of Leeds, and S1 Artspace, Sheffield, UK, May 14, 2011.

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