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Definition of Monstration

Monstration
Monstration Mon*stra"tion, n. [L. monstratio.] The act of demonstrating; proof. [Obs.] A certain monstration. --Grafton.

Meaning of Monstration from wikipedia

- A monstration is a public performance similar to a demonstration but intended as creative performance art, often parodying a serious demonstration. The...
- the Canadian portmanteau "Snowmageddon" (2009), the Russian parody "Monstration" (ca. 2004), Santorum (c. 2003). Neologisms spread mainly through their...
- Akademgorodok. Siberian Snow Sculpture Festival Transsiberian Art Festival Monstration Festival of children's animation films "Firebird" Festival of Youth Subcultures...
- Artyom Loskutov, was attempting to organize a mock demonstration called Monstration to promote the idea of a Siberian Republic within the Russian Federation...
- walks" with the chains symbolizing solidarity with political prisoners. A Monstration is a parody demonstration where parti****nts gently poke fun at Kremlin...
- media blackout was launched against a performance art project called Monstration scheduled for 17 August. Roskomnadzor issued warnings to fourteen media...
- Russian performance artist and an activist. He is known for an annual Monstration held in Novosibirsk that gently pokes fun at Kremlin policies. He has...
- 'Demonstration' is a monstration that serves as proof in storytelling. Demonstration is a central part of the Brechtian approach to acting. It implies...
- Russian Federation and attempted to organize a mock demonstration called Monstration for Siberian Federalisation to take place on August 17 in Novosibirsk...
- Barnard, Timothy (2009-03-11). From Plato to Lumière: narration and monstration in literature and cinema. University of Toronto Press. p. 79. ISBN 978-0-8020-9586-2...