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GRAFFITI RESEARCH HISTORY

A BRIEF HISTORY OF GRAFFITI RESEARCH

Staffan Jacobson, Ph.D.

(On major scholar works and scientific outlines. Originally published in Rooke Time, september 2001, No. 26. and thereafter in http://www.dictionaryofaerosolart.net Last revision 2017).

Djosergraffiti

One of the first graffito made about 3.500 years ago at Sakkara, Egypt…

osgemeos

…and one of the latest: Os Gemeos from Sao Paolo, Brazil.

A) Traditional Graffiti

Maybe the very first graffito was made around 3.500 years ago by an ancient tourist near the Sakkara Pyramid; it reads, with scribbled hieratic post-hieroglyphs: ”I am very impressed by Pharaoh Djosers´ pyramid.” Graffiti have become a common every day life phenomenon especially since the days of Ancient Greece. The Vikings, too, left graffiti names with runes from England to Constantinople, as did ”Halfdan” in the Hagia Sofia cathedral, an inscription which still remains.

Graffiti research, however, is more modern. The first centuries of graffiti research 1600-1800 focus on two Italian issues: The catacombs of Rome and the excavated city of Pompeii. The term ”graffiti” is introduced and the methods in use are mainly archeological. Cultural values, not moral ones, are the main interests of this research. An early graffiti writer, Lucius, scribbled ”Lucius pinxit” (Lucius wrote this) with latin letters in Pompeii, as a forerunner to Kyselak and Kilroy (se below).

1593

The catacombs of Rome were built during the 1st and 2nd centuries A.D., then forgotten and later rediscovered. The first one to investigate graffiti in a serious way was the Italian Antonio Bosio. His ”Roma Sotteranea” was written in 1593, published in folio format in 1632 and contains a systematic description of official and non-official inscriptions in the catacombs of Rome, complete with maps of the ”secret tunnels”. Bosio also left his own signature in the Priscilla catacomb, but he never used the actual word ”graffiti”.

1731

”The Merry Thought”, published in London 1731 under the pseudonym Hurlo-Trumbo is a poetic record of scratchings on glass windows and privies, an early ”scratchiti” compilation more than an investigation.

Josef Kyselak (1795-1831) was notorious for writing his name “Kyselak” or “Kyselak war hier!” all over Austria-Hungary, many years before ”Kilroy”. During the French Revolution 1789-1793 and the days of the Paris Commune 1871 there was a growth of political graffiti,  which has been around from ancient times up to contemporary Irland and Palestine.

1856

The archeologist Raphael Garucchi was probably the first person to use the word graffiti when he researched the ”Graffiti de Pompéi” 1856. His purpose was to divide official cursive inscriptions from common people’s scrawls on ancient monuments in the city, which was buried by the volcanic outburst of Vesuvius in the year 79. Pompeii was for a long time forgotten, rediscovered and plundered from 1748 and professionally excavated from 1860. Today 3/4 of the city can be seen. Graffiti in Latin was indeed very common and uncensured and provide an unique insight in Roman daily life.

1874

Withrow, W.H.: The Catacombs of Rome. Nelson & Phillips, N.Y. 1874. p. 59, 60, 130, 148, 174, 175. b/w ill.

In the first half of the 1900s scholars from two other disciplines arrive in this field: ethnographers and linguists. Graffiti are studied as a folkloristic language phenomenon, often with emphasis on the ”low” elements. Collecting graffiti is the primary thing and there is still some lack of theory. During the Second World War and the following years a new kind of mobile graffiti appeared with the ”Kilroy was here” epidemic, and graffiti are now also seen as a communication code for uncensored personal needs, feelings and opinions.

1904

The work Anthropopytheia was published by F.S. Krauss in Leipzig as 10 yearbooks 1904-1914. Latrinalia (the ”low” elements) etc are documented here and discussed from a folkloristic point of view.

1914

Calonne-Beaufaict, M. de: Les graffiti du Mont Gundu. Revue D’Etnographie et de Sociologie, No 3-4, Mars-Avril 1914, p. 109-117.

1935

The linguist Allen Walker Read published ”Lexical Evidence from Folk Epigraphy in Western North America” 1935, a field study of language in graffiti which had great wider influence.

1937

Helen Tanzer described ”The Common People of Pompeii” from graffiti examples.

1946

Article ”Transit Association Ships a Street Car to Shelter Family of ’Kilroy Was Here’ ”. The New York Times, Dec 24, 1946, p. 18. (On James J. Kilroy, Halifax, Massachusetts).

1947

Article ”Who Is ‘Kilroy’ ?” The New York Times Magazine, Jan 12, 1947, p. 30, (James J. Kilroy, Halifax, Massachusetts, in his own words on the origins of the “Kilroy was here” graffiti.)

1956

Brassai´s (Guyla Halasz, 1899-1984) photos of graffiti scratchings on house facades in Paris were shown at MoMA, N.Y. 1956-57.

1964

Brassai´s book ”Conversations avec Picasso” was first published by Gallimard, Paris 1964. Picasso there expresses his spontaneus appreciation of graffiti.

Jorn, Asger (ed.): Signes gravés sur les églises de L’Eure et du Calvados. Institut Scandinave de Vandalisme Comparé, København 1964.

In the latter part of the 20th century, we can see that, on the one hand, the earlier research traditions continue, dealing with the traditionally forms of graffiti.
The Maledicta journal in the USA, the Musée des Graffiti Historique in France, the Graffiti Archive in Kassel and the Institut für Graffiti-forschung in Vienna are some of the most prominent contributors to this research; the Art Brut museum in Lausanne should also be mentioned.

Violet Pritchard published the beutiful illustrated book English Medieval Graffiti in 1967, in 1976 Aron Sheon published ”The Discovery of Graffiti” on the history of the reception of traditional graffiti (Art Journal 1/1976, p. 16-22.) Margit Etter did a study on Harald Naegelli’s spray drawings out of C.G. Jung: Spray Bilder in Zuerich: Eine psychologische Studie, 1979, and archeologist Martin Blindheim wrote Graffiti in Norwegian Stave Churches c: 1150-1350, Oslo 1985. Helen Levitts’ stunning photos of childrens chalk drawings in N.Y. in the 1940s was displayed in the book  In the Street 1987 ; Christine Schiavo: A historical analysis of Political graffiti in Belfast and Derry, 1988 ; in 1990 came John Bushnell: Moscow Graffiti and in 1993 Norbert Siegl: Kommunikation am Klo.

On the other hand, there is a new, urban kind of graffiti emerging, the aerosol art, and with it come in turn sociologists such as Castleman, Brewer and Ferrell (USA) and art historians such as Stahl (Köln), Stewart (N.Y), and Jacobson (Sweden).

Also, this form becomes for the first time subject for society concern, viewed as either a new art form or a new kind of nuisance, or maybe both. Some graffiti scientists, such as Professor Peter Kreuzer in München and Dr Jack Stewart in N.Y, also deal with both traditional graffiti (TG) and tags/throw-ups/pieces (TTP).

1968

In the transition phase between TG and TTP during the turbulent late sixties we see researchers such as Robert Reisner, who gave the first university lectures on graffiti and published 4 compilation books 1967-1974 which gave TG an air of cultural entertainment, and French-American William McLean who in Encyclopaedia Universalis band 7, p. 849-854, Paris 1970, made the first theoretic scientific overview and wrote the history of graffiti up to 1968….

B) Tags/Throw-ups/Pieces.

….and Herbert Kohl, teacher and activist who carefully studied the embryos of TTP in his article ”Names, Graffiti and Culture” in Urban Review, April 1969, vol 3, nr 5, p. 25-37 and his book: ”Golden Boy as Anthony Cool.” A Photo Essay on Naming and Graffiti. Dial Press, N.Y. 1972, which built a very valuable base for further research.

1971

Article ”The Aerosol Autographers – Why They Do It” by Sandy Padwe in Philadelphia Inquirer Magazine, May 2, 1971, pp. 8-10, 12, 44 on the origins of TTP with interviews with Cornbread and friends, the first ”graffiti writers” ever.

Article ”Taki 183 Spawn Pen Pals” by Don Hogan Charles in The New York Times, July 21, 1971, p. 37 on Taki 183, Julio and the arrival of TTP in New York.

1973

Norman Mailer/Jon Naar/Mervin Kurlansky: The Faith of Graffiti. Alskog Publ. N.Y. 1973. An early photo record and essay in folio size.

1974

David Ley & Roman Cybrivsky: Urban Graffiti as Territorial Markers. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, Vol. 64, nr 4/1974, p. 491-505.

Qualified and unusual thesis which among other things deals with the transition from traditional gang graffiti to graffiti loners, kings and crews.

In 1980 Bengt Dagrin in an early Swedish record deal with several subcategories of TG.

1982

Craig Castleman: Getting up. Subway Graffiti in New York. MIT Press, Cambr. Mass. 1982.

The first descriptive sociology dissertation on the subway graffiti movement and a milestone in TTP graffiti research with its sign categories, writers and crews, and the outstanding Lee interview.

Joel S. Feiner/ Stephan Marc Klein: Graffiti Talks. Social Policy, Winter 1982, p. 47-53.
Graffiti is seen to work as a rite de passage and a system for social support

1983

deAk, Edith: Train as Book, Letter as Tank, Character as Dimension. Art
Forum, May 1983, p. 88-93. Vitally important interview with Rammellzee on graffiti theory; there is also a reminiscence of Jean Baudrillard (1978) texts here.
The revolution of the letters, their individualities and the symbolic, not the phonetic function of the signs are put in an underground, science-fiction coloured art context.

1984

Hager, Steven: Hip Hop – the Illustrated History of Break Dancing, Rap Music and Graffiti. St. Martins Press, N.Y. 1984. p. 12-30, 58-80. Hager makes the first attempt to provide a TTP graffiti history in the hip hop cultural context.

1986

Kreuzer, Peter: Das Graffiti Lexikon. Heyne, 1986. This very broad survey of the graffiti field as a whole is in dictionary form and continues the history-writing task up to 1986.

1987

Skyum-Nielsen, Anna: Graffiti – en kriminologisk undersøgelse. 1987. The first European study on who the graffiti writers really are, by a young female Danish lawyer. Long and qualified interviews. This minor study will later be confirmed in large by Shannon/Johnsons huge investigation (2001).

The conclusions in short are that those Danish writers are not hardened criminals, not addicts, not dangerous, but ordinary young middle class people with artistic ambitions and a certain subcultural life style.

1989

This year was a breakthrough for TTP graffiti research, with two highly skilled art history Ph.D. dissertations:

Stahl, Johannes: Graffiti: zwischen Alltag und Ästhetik. Scaneg, München 1990. 153 p.+ app.& ill. p. 134-142. Doctoral dissertation, Art History. This is a fundamental work above all in its scientific approach. New historical sources and a theory of graffiti as an estheticised everyday phenomenon.

Stewart, Jack: Subway Graffiti: An aesthetic study of graffiti on the subway system of New York City, 1970-1978. New York University, N.Y. 1989. 604 p. b/w ill. Stencil. Doctoral dissertation, Art History. This is highly informed history writing, the very best up to this date. It presents a comparison between all the TG and TTP information. The body of world graffiti up to 1970 displayed no stylistic evolution, nor did it have aesthetic intentions in general. The pictorial evolution in New York in the first decade is followed in detail, and the stylistic expansion is analysed and documented by Stewart’s own photographic evidences. There are some attempts to categorise TTP. An excerpt from the dissertation was published in the large catalogue ”Coming from the Subway”. Groninger Museum, Groningen 1992, p. 8-17 with the title MTA – Mass Transit Art. Followed up with the book Stewart, Jack: Graffiti Kings: New York Mass Transit Art of the 1970s, Melcher Media/Abrams, 2009. ISBN 978-0-8109-7526-2.

1990

Miller, Ivor Lynn: Aerosol Kingdom. Yale University, 1990. With emphasis on the cultural background and indigenous character of TTP. Followed up by several articles.

Brewer, Devon: Bombing and Burning.The Social Organisation and Values of Hip Hop Graffiti Writers. Deviant Behaviour, 11/1990, p. 345-369. The basic social functions of the crew are discussed.

1991

Lenore Feltman Proctor: Graffiti writers – an exploratory personality study.
Doctoral diss. in psychology, Pace University, N.Y. 1991. By using psychologists profiles it confirms that ”the writers” are more original and creative when compared with other youngsters.

1992

Brewer, Devon: Hip Hop Graffiti Writers Evaluations of Strategies to Control Illegal Graffiti. Human Organisation, Vol. 51, No 2, 1992, p. 188-196. Important comparison between traditional police work with graffiti prevention and legal graffiti-prevention alternatives such as legal walls and ”graffiti art classes”. The latter are found to be more cost-effective and less harmful as they also provide new opportunities for writers.

1993

Ferrell, Jeff: Crimes of Style. Urban Graffiti and the Politics of Criminality.
Garland Publ. Inc., N.Y. 1993. 236 p. Criminology study of the graffiti culture i Denver, Colorado. Analyses the way the authorities construct the image of their ”enemy”, the writers, and the mainly negative result of a massive anti-graffiti campaign. Facts on the so-called connection between graffiti and drugs/serious crimes.

1996

Jacobson, Staffan: The Spray-Painted Image. Graffiti Painting as Type of Image, Art Movement and Learning Process. Art History Ph. D. dissertation. Lund University, Sweden 1996.

TTP as a concept dividing it from other types of graffiti. The meaning of the pictures is penetrated by combining art history and youth research methods. The ”dancing” wild style letters are the main contribution from the youth culture to art history. The Thomas Ziehe theory of a ”unusual process of learning” is applied to the praxis of TTP; graffiti writers also appeared having a higher average grade in Art in school than non-graffiti writers. With a large bibliography; probably seen as the most thorough study of TTP so far. He also wrote Spraykonst 1990 and lots of encyclopedian articles  on the subject.

Stampa Alternativa/IG Times(ed.): Style. Writing from the Underground. Viterbo, Italy 1996. 120 p. Ill. Photo book with an unique pictorial material from the staff of the IG Times, straight from the sources.

Weindl, Astrid (ed): Theorie des Style. München 1996. Important and innovative, this catalogue points to the future of ”digital style” letter design. Style Only Workgroup plays a crucial roll here.

1998

Merle, Florence: The International Graffiti Movement. Ph.D. Diss. in Anthropology, Princeton University 1998. With an European approach.

As there were many compilation text graffiti books and small sociology surveys in the 60s and the 70s, in the late 1990s and the early new millennium there are many compilation picture graffiti books, such as the early and well known Chalfant/Cooper/Prigoff photography, the editions of Schwartzkopf and Aragon in Germany, and a plethora of fanzines, videos and web sites. The wild style letters are still in the center, but the pictorial elements are bolder than before and female writers are more appearent.

Art work collections can now be found in the Museum of the City of New York (The Martin Wong Collection), at the Danish Twisted Minds Organisation, in private collections such as those of Sam Esses and Henk Pinjenburg and in many Dutch museums.

At the first decades of the second millenia

aerosol art has finally conquered the entire planet, which can be seen on the huge and always up-to-date Art Crimes web site run by Susan Farrall and in Nicolas Ganz’ photo books. In 2001 there is also an egyptiology TG survey by Alexander J. Peden: The Graffiti of Pharaonic Egypt. Scope and Roles of Informal Writings (c. 3100-302 BC.) ISBN 9004121129, and feminist Nancy Macdonalds intense, critical and well-written study ”The Graffiti Subculture. Youth, Masculinity and Identity in London and New York”,  Palgrave 2001. Above all she deals with the early male domination of the subculture, as already Fern Siegel did in the article Lady Pink: Graffiti with a Feminist Intent. Ms. 1993, vol 3, nr. 5, pp. 66-68.

Through the years, Scandinavian graffiti research has gained quite a reputation: Cecilie Høigård (Gategallerier, Pax forlag 2002) in Norweig, Lasse Korsemann Horne (Dansk Gadekunst, Narayana press 2011) in Denmark and Jacob Kimvall in Sweden, the latter exploring the Stockholm zero tolerance policing in the book ”Noll tolerans”, Verbal 2012 and with his Ph.D. dissertation ”The G-word” 2014. Kimvall seems to propose that TTP graffiti is a stationary more than evolutionary phenomena: there are changes but not necessarily in a linear fashion. In search for a correlation between graffiti and serious criminality, David Shannon wrote ”Graffiti and Adolescent Delinquency” 2001 and ”Swedish Graffiti” 2003, Stockholm University. In spite of the huge population investigated, there was no such general correlation found. In general harm reduction (e.g. legal walls and art exhibitions) is the policy nowadays towards graffiti writing, even in Stockholm. Peter Bengtsen: ”The Street art World” is the latest (2015) Swedish dissertation.

There are several ongoing, major research projects in Pompeii, both from USA and European universities, focusing mainly on graffiti.

The scientific research, still relatively young, continues to grow and refine its methods, theory and execution. Graffiti research now has quite a solid foundation and a variety of disciplines are involved. The less subcultural street art movement (Banksy et al) has also expanded the horizons significantly. Will there be international conferences, scientific journals, research centers in the future? Presumably; time will tell.

Aerosol Art Archives
Lund, Sweden
http://www.dictionaryofaerosolart.net

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