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      Transnational Play : Piracy, Urban Art, and Mobile Games 

      Ludic Recycling in Latin American Art : From Remixing the City to Sampling Nature

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          In this chapter I foreground an ecologically aware, ludic approach to crafting public art experiences, drawing primarily from interviews with four prominent Latin American artists. Conditions observable in the global South that influence these artworks include urban sprawl and shanty towns, electronics waste sites accumulating from the rapid production cycles of electronic hardware, and the environmental damage of natural habitats. My intent in this chapter is to offer a view into a field of public art production in Latin America where artists and critics have over the past few decades developed a sophisticated, yet inclusive visual, interactive, and playful dialogue with the public.

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          978 94 6372 890 4
          978 90 4854 394 6
          July 15 2020
          July 15 2020
          10.5117/9789463728904
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          July 15 2020
          : 81-94
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          [1 ] the University of California
          10.5117/9789463728904_ch04
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