There is a particular challenge to reading Canek Sanchez Guevara’s 33 Revolutions from a Marxist viewpoint. The examples of art we’ve examined in class have all been produced under capitalism (and late capitalism). 33 Revolutions comes out of a revolutionary Cuban society that is presumably closer to the Marxist ideal. So: how would a Marxist critic approach this complex text? What would he/she do in order to get a better sense of how the “base” operates in relation to the “superstructure”? Please respond in 100 words by Tuesday morning at 9:00 am. Feel free to refer to each other’s posts.