• Urban Creativity


The SAUC V5 Issue 2, “Desire Lines: Metaphorical” is about:

The Disappearance/Virtualisation of Graffiti and Street Art – From Urban to Institutional to Virtual Space; Whose Wall is it Anyway? Using street art to navigate the private and the public in a community; Polysemiotic Communication vs. Multimodality: a conceptual and terminological distinction applied in street art; The Past in Public Space “Der Jahrhundertschritt”: A Lieu de Memoire As An Urban Intervention of Memory (2018); Zero Tolerance = 100 New Techniques Swedish / Nordic Street Art; Contextualizing graffiti and street art in suitable museum settings: Street Art Today’s upcoming museum in Amsterdam; There and Back Again: Redistributing Visibility between the Virtual and Real Alleys of Graffiti; From Post-Posters to Un gilet; Streetness & Inopinatum: the “sense of the street” and the “unexpected impertinence”. For a binary code in street art.; Street Art is dead. Again and again. Brief State of the (Urban) Art.

With contributions from Sweden, Switzerland, Canada, Netherlands, Spain, China, France and Italy.

How to Cite
Creativity, U. (2020). Editorial. SAUC - Street Art and Urban Creativity, 5(2), 1 - 5. https://doi.org/10.25765/sauc.v5i2.201