Black Dada reader : Adam Pendleton / editor, Stephen Squibb ; authors, Adrienne Edwards [and 4 others].
- The Black Dada reader : coming into being / Susan Thompson -- A history of Dada today in three parts / Laura Hoptman -- What can black dada do for my institution do for my institution black dada, some thoughts / Jenny Schlenzka -- BLACK DADA MIME / Tom McDonough -- The struggle for happiness, or What is American about Black Dada / Adrienne Edwards -- Foundations. Of our spiritual strivings / W.E.B. Du Bois ; Dada manifesto / Hugo Ball ; Black Dada nihilismus / LeRoi Jones ; The pitfalls of liberalism / Black Power via Stokey Carmichael ; Three questions about "Six fois deux" / Godard via Gilles Deleuze ; The joy of marginality / Adrian Piper ; The poethical wager / Joan Retallack -- Language. Fourteen anonymous portraits / Gertrude Stein ; The new sentence / Ron Silliman ; :RE:THINKING:LITERARY:FEMINISM: (three essays onto shaky grounds) / Joan Retallack ; Nobody means more to me than you and the future life of Willie Jordan / June Jordan ; Sapphire's lyre styles / Harryette Mullen -- Artists' positions. The next revolution art / Ad Reinhardt ; Thomas Hirschhorn by Abraham Cruzvillegas / Thomas Hirschhorn ; When Viola was queen bee / Ralph Lemon ; Black drawing / William Pope.L ; Jones Beach piece (1970), Nova Scotia Beach dance (1971) / Joan Jonas ; Johnny one note / Sun Ra ; Inconsolable memories / Stan Douglas ; Introduction / AACM ; Letter to Andrea Rosen, 1992 / Félix González-Torres ; On conceptual art / Adrian Piper ; Lost and found, memories of John Bernd at Saint Mark's Church / Ishmael Houston-Jones ; The black and white show / Lorraine O'Grady ; Dance Q&A : Trajal Harrell brings voguing downtown / Trajal Harrell -- Manifesto. Black Dada / Adam Pendleton ; Afterward / Adam Pendleton.
- Black Dada Reader is a collection of texts and documents that elucidates "Black Dada," a term that acclaimed New York-based artist Adam Pendleton (born 1984) uses to define his artistic output"--Amazon.
- 9783960981053 (cl.)
- "Black Dada: what can black dada do for me do for me black dada, a reader"--Cover.
"Although this volume is the first to be officially published under the title of Black Dada Reader, the Reader has existed since 2011. It began as a spiral-bound compilation of photocopies... The contents of this volume remain largely the same as in the original Reader, but its form does not"--Page 8.
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references.
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