BEYOND THE DOODLES: An analysis of graphite as a manifestation of urban art

Is it Vandalism?
Arguing without prejudice is the starting point for understanding, along with adolescents, this graphic form of contestation. We understand that it is possible to see under various points the "scribbling" of the spray.
The graffiti is considered a crime, according to Law No. 12,408 says that "graffiti is a crime that provides for punishment from three months to a year of imprisonment plus fine." If it is in monument or property listed, the minimum penalty is over for six months. However, Gustavo Lassala, master in Education, Art and History of Culture, says graffiti with "ch" can be any scrawl done on properties without authorization. The pixação or pixo with "x" names the practice done in São Paulo and recognized for having a "social dynamics established 30 years ago and a specific style, the tag straight, in sharp ways." "An approach to understanding it is to identify its relations with the reality of where we live and the social and economic invisibility of the population on the periphery," says Danilo Oliveira, a master of visual arts and curator of art urban He says that it is necessary to look at the aesthetics of pixo as an "experience of the senses", accompanied by cars, violence, pollution, people in the street, disuse of public spaces, all together. Graphite is an art that is based on drawings: all the letters and figures that are used in the painting are thought and elaborated, so that they represent what the artist wants to show. Born in the 70's in New York
METHODOLOGY
The young people were led through dialogues, reflecting on the graffiti on the walls and houses of the neighborhood and the right to expression of thought, as well as respect for private and public property.
Through research and tour in the city, they identified the difference between graffiti and graffiti to close with an experience of the manifestation of the art of graphite
PROJECT ACTIONS
Study of the environment (walking through the neighborhood to identify places with graffiti and graffiti);
Podcast: https://www.nexojornal.com.br/podcast/2017/01/28/Grafite-pixo-e-arte-tin... Acessado em 19 / 05/2018
Photo safari in the railway complex;
Wheel of conversation with graffiti artists;
Research of the Environmental Law n. Law No. 12,408 dealing with environmental crimes;
Community action on a neighborhood wall - graffiti experience (07/07/2018).

MAIN RESULTS AND CONCLUSIONS
Our best result was the sparkle in our juvenile eyes as they experienced the graffiti and the curiosity and enchantment of the people of the neighborhood as they passed by.
We changed the landscape.
GENERAL OBJECTIVE
Encourage young people to respect nature, public and private spaces, as well as commitment to the environment, contributing to the formation of responsible citizens who understand the political dimension of life in society, instrumentalising them in the practice of sustainability.
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES
• Visit historic sites that today are damaged by graffiti;
• Know the legislation that deals with the environmental crime of graffiti;
• Disclose the art of graphite
• Experiencing the art of graphite
Sobre o Google TradutorComunidadeCelularSobre o GooglePrivacidade e TermosAjuda

REFERÊNCIAS
https://br.blastingnews.com/noticia/2014/08/a-diferenca-do-grafite-e-da-... - Acessado em 19/05/2018
https://www.nexojornal.com.br/podcast/2017/01/28/Grafite-pixo-e-arte-tin... Acessado em 19/05/2018
https://novaescola.org.br/conteudo/8759/pixacao-e-vandalismo Acessado em 19/05/2018

Are you sure you want to delete this?
Welcome to Scout.org! We use cookies on this website to enhance your experience.To learn more about our Cookies Policy go here!
By continuing to use our website, you are giving us your consent to use cookies.