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The world is becoming more political. Politics is entering ‘through the back door and lying in your bed’. What role do artists have at this key moment, where political engagement and apathy lie side by side? What is art for? Starting from the assumption that all art is political, and that artists have the power to create and to transform reality, this book goes straight to the heart of crucial questions about the role of the arts in areas in times of conflict, the role of arts to build a better world, ethically controversial sponsorship and cultural boycott.Combining an agile text with abundant links and a selection of case studies coming from very different contexts, artist and activist Daniel Gorman presents the complexity of the topic, not giving in to pessimism, and providing food for thought both for seasoned practitioners and for beginners in the arena of politically engaged arts.