Shop > Artists' Books

Out of Stock
#06241

Arabs Are No Longer Afraid

Artist
Abdellah Taïa
Date
2014
Publisher
Semiotext(e)
Format
Artists' Books
ISBN
978-1-58435-152-8
Size
14 × 20.5 × 0.4 cm
Length
64 
Description

Translated by Noura Wedell

The Arab imaginary will never be the same. Arab men and women will never be the same. Each step, each movement is now swelling with this necessary, and life-saving revolt which has taken possession of us. And which changes us. Reinvents us. Reconnects us with ourselves. With History. With a freedom that existed at one time in our countries, in the Arab civilization. A freedom to interpret and to go against. Against the system. Against a single, imposed way of thinking. Against one’s own camp.

  1. Arabs Are No Longer Afraid
 

Related Items

  1. Chris Kraus and Eileen Myles: I Love Dick
  2. Tony Duvert: The Undiscoverable Reading
  3. Sylvere Lotringer: The Miserables
  4. John Kelsey: Drowning Devourers of the Deep Plane
  5. Jennifer Doyle: Campus Security
  6. Jim Fletcher and Harry Mathews: Week One
  7. Holy Shit: Solid Rain
  8. Bruce Hainley and Elaine Sturtevant: Under the Sign of [ sic]: Sturtevant’s Volte-Face
  9. Eileen Myles: The Importance of Being Iceland
  10. Preliminary Materials for a Theory of the Young-Girl
  11. Weight of the Earth
  12. Daniel Olson: Notes on the Book
  13. Oliver Hartung: Syria Al-Assad
  14. WOOD TWO
  15. Veronica Gonzalez Peña: So Far From God
  16. The Global Contemporary and the Rise of New Art Worlds
  17. HERE (I AM A MIGRATING SEED)
  18. Movements and Centres
  19. Anonynous: The Guilded Beaver
  20. Corrine Corry: The Palace of the Queen