John J. Corso
JOHN J. CORSO is a Detroit-based art critic and an associate professor of contemporary art history and critical theory at Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan.
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Last month, boats of artists docked at the Venice Biennale to protest the Guggenheims questionable global labor practices. Like pirates, the Occupy-inspired syndicalists established a Temporary Autonomous Zone (TAZ), what artist-activist (and Brooklyn Rail contributor) Hakim Bey suggests is a spontaneous social community of resistance.