Meaning of culture jammer in English:

culture jammer


See culture jamming

‘As a young musician growing up in London, he made the perilous leap from classical composer to jazz-inspired electronic music artist and is known to be a stalwart culture jammer and political activist.’
  • ‘A well-known media activist, trouble maker, and culture jammer, he wants us to reclaim our cerebral commons, and rehabilitate our mental environment.’
  • ‘His crusade to take on the powers of corporate media as a culture jammer has made him an inspirational figure to many in the anti-globalization movement.’
  • ‘The goal of culture jammers is to continue, through like-minded campaigns, to remind us.’
  • ‘On one of the busiest shopping days of the year, the day after American Thanksgiving, those pesky culture jammers are asking you to once again send a social message concerning over-consumption: don't buy anything.’