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Black and blur

Black and blur

Author: Fred Moten
Publisher: Durham Duke University Press 2017
Series: Consent not to be a single being
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

In Black and Blur-the first volume in his consent not to be a single being trilogy-Fred Moten engages in a capacious consideration of the place and force of blackness in African diaspora arts,  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Fred Moten
ISBN: 9780822370062 0822370069 9780822370161 0822370166
OCLC Number: 1015236977
Notes: Forthcoming publication
Description: 1 v.
Contents: Not inbetween --
Interpolation and interpellation --
Magic of objects --
Sonata quasi una fantasia --
Taste dissonance flavor escape --
The new international of rhythmic feeling/s --
The phonographic mise-en scène --
Liner notes for lick piece --
Rough Americana --
Nothing, everything --
Nowhere, everywhere --
Nobody, everybody --
Remind --
Amuse-bouche --
Collective head --
Cornered, taken, made to leave --
Enjoy all monsters --
Some extrasubtitles for wildness --
To feel, to feel more, to feel more than --
Incoherences and irruptions for Jimmie Durham --
A turn with John Akomfrah --
Black and blue in white in and and in space --
Blue vespers --
The blur and breathe books --
Entanglement and virtuosity --
Bobby Lee's hands.
Series Title: Consent not to be a single being


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