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Adam Pendleton: Pasts, Futures, and Aftermaths: Revisiting the Black Dada Reader— Hardcover

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Introduction by Adam Pendleton. Interviews with Thomas Hirschhorn, Ishmael Houston-Jones, Joan Jonas, Lorraine O’Grady, and Joan Retallack. The sequel to Pendleton's acclaimed Black Dada Reader (2011), this volume is a continuation of his anti-canon devoted to radical experimentation and thought. Adding to the constellation of writers, artists, filmmakers, philosophers and critics that emerged in the first volume, Pendleton continues to elucidate his practice and ethos of “Black Dada” through what he calls “radical juxtaposition.”

Source texts for Adam Pendleton: Pasts, Futures, and Aftermaths: Revisiting the Black Dada Reader include works by Sara Ahmed, Mikhail Bakhtin, Toni Cade Bambara, Amiri Baraka, Augusto de Campos, Hardoldo de Campos, and Décio Pignatari, Angela Davis, Gilles Deleuze, Julius Eastman, Adrienne Edwards, Clarice Lispector, Achille Mbembe, Philippe-Alain Michaud, Charles Mingus, Piet Mondrian, Leslie Scalapino, Leonard Schwartz and Michael Hardt, Juliana Spahr, Cecil Taylor and Malcolm X. 

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