The Relational Aesthetics of Street Art: Thirsty interviews Wooster Collective

The Relational Aesthetics of Street Art: Thirsty interviews Wooster Collective
Adrian Lai
  • 11 june 2008


One could compare how Marc and Sara Schiller are using the internet to propel street art to the masses with how Charlie Ahearn helped popularize hip hop in the ’80s. Both were outsiders who documented youth subcultures around them. In doing so, they brought the street to a global audience: Ahearn with Wildstyle, the movie, and the Schiller’s with the Wooster Collective.

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