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We Roma : a critical reader in contemporary art

Author: Daniel A Baker; Maria Hlavajova
Publisher: Utrecht, The Netherlands : BAK ; Amsterdam : Valiz, [2013]
Series: BAK critical reader series.
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As social and economic injustice spreads from the historically marginalized to the 99 per cent both symbolically and realistically that which (seemingly) concerned the few now openly confronts the majority. This publication inquires into the contemporary moment through the proposition of the Roma model of existence as it resonates within artistic practice and civic imagination. By reversing outsider status, can we,  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel A Baker; Maria Hlavajova
ISBN: 9789077288160 9077288163 9789078088783 9078088788
OCLC Number: 861176748
Description: 285 pages : illustrations ; 17 cm.
Contents: Reconstruction, recognition, and Roma / Albert Atkin --
Homecoming at witching hour : the securitization of the European Roma and the reclaiming of their citizenship / Huub van Baar --
Minister and ghost : a prophecy / Damian James Le Bas and Delaine Le Bas --
Uneasy cohabitation of the established and the outsiders / Zygmunt Bauman --
Reclaiming : the camp and the avant-garde / Ethel Brooks --
The birth of Roma visual arts : Hungary, 1979 / Ágnes Daróczi --
I am not here to talk about the "gypsy problem" / Tony Gatlif prompted by Cécile Kovacshazy with film synopses by Alex Lykidis --
Required reading / Ian Hancock --
Rohrbach living memorial, 2005 / Sanja Iveković --
Yours is an optimistic scenario : a conversation / between Tímea Junghaus and Maria Hlavajova --
The post-other as avant-garde / Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung and Regina Römhild --
The real crime is ours / Salman Rushdie --
Avant-garde/Roma : a critical history of Bohemianism and cultural politics / Mike Sell.
Series Title: BAK critical reader series.
Responsibility: edited by Daniel Baker and Maria Hlavajova.

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As social and economic injustice spreads from the historically marginalized to the 99 per cent both symbolically and realistically that which (seemingly) concerned the few now openly confronts the majority. This publication inquires into the contemporary moment through the proposition of the Roma model of existence as it resonates within artistic practice and civic imagination. By reversing outsider status, can we, with the emblematic claim that we are all Roma, invoke alternate futures? Artists, theorists and activists of both Roma and non-Roma origin speculate upon the possibilities in this selection of new and anthologized texts. Includes contributions by Zygmunt Bauman, Ethel Brooks, Sanja Ivekovic' and Salman Rushdie, among others.

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