""With its probing illustrations, this book records the multiple aesthetic permutations . . . From the Brecht-like posters of the Critical Art Ensemble to Beuys social sculptures and the Internet experimentation of Superflex and Xchange, we are shown a linguistic plurality that develops and circulates naturally in everyday urban and social dynamics. Outside the museums and galleries, artists invade public space intercepting, experimenting with and generating a new way of looking at reality, and with the participation of an audience that does not usually frequent the art systems institutions."" @domusweb on ""Practicable: From Participation to Interaction in Contemporary Art""