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Democracy : a project

Author: Brian Wallis; Group Material (Firm : New York, N.Y.); Dia Art Foundation.
Publisher: Seattle : Bay Press, 1990.
Series: Discussions in contemporary culture, no. 5.; Discussions in contemporary culture., Art/cultural politics.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Democracy.
Seattle : Bay Press, 1990
(OCoLC)653443813
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Brian Wallis; Group Material (Firm : New York, N.Y.); Dia Art Foundation.
ISBN: 0941920178 9780941920179
OCLC Number: 22504025
Credits: At head of cover : Dia Art Foundation.
Description: xix, 312 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: Preface : the work of art in the (imagined) age of unalienated exhibition / Yvonne Rainer --
On democracy / Group Material --
Democracy and cultural activism / Brian Wallis --
Social aesthetics / David Deitcher --
Whose canon is it, anyway? / Henry Louis Gates, Jr. --
Letter to Group Material / Catherine Lord --
A conversation with Paulo Freire / Ira Shor --
Elections offer an illusion of participation / Mark P. Petracca --
An interview with Noam Chomsky / Bill Moyers --
Men I have liked / Barbara Ehrenreich --
Blood brothers / Gary Indiana --
Them / Alexander Cockburn --
"When I was a young soldier for the revolution" : coming to voice / bell hooks --
The fear that feminism will free men first / Deirdre English --
Representation, liberation, and the queer press / Polly Thistlethwaite --
Sex panics / Lisa Duggan --
Dinner at eight (seconds) / Erma Bombeck. Consumption : a partial totality / Stuart Ewen --
Paradox and paralysis : an overview of the American response to AIDS / Tom Stoddard --
Where we are now : homo video ; The window on Broadway by ACT UP / William Olander --
A test of who we are as a people / Vito Russo.
Series Title: Discussions in contemporary culture, no. 5.; Discussions in contemporary culture., Art/cultural politics.
Responsibility: by Group Material ; edited by Brian Wallis.

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