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Towards the Slaughter House of History

Date
1992
Format
Artists' Books
Details
Paper
ISBN
0-920397-09-3
Size
21 × 27 × 0.6 cm
Length
72 
Description

“The papers in this publication originate from a series of public lectures held at YYZ Artist Outlet in May 1991…Importantly, the writers stage their interventions around the politics of identity—interogating the foundations of its categories, employing those very categories to mobilize opposition and redefine political coalitions.” (From the preface) Essays by Tom Folland, Gwendolyn, Carol Laing, Dot Tuer and others.

  1. Towards the Slaughter House of History
 

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