Revolt is the action of refusing or rising-up against an established power or order. Revolt implies, in its enactment, the overthrowing of a social or political order. Thus, in Maxwell Alexandre’s paintings, an uprising seems to be constantly underlying and ready to explode, while it is more discreet, but just as active, in Nolan Oswald Dennis’ mental maps. In Daniel Otero Torres’ work, it is through the figure of revolutionary women that revolt takes shape. Kudzanai Chiurai’s work, documenting the political scope and calls to action of the musical medium, completes this plurality of approach.