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The Clandestine Histories of the OHO Group

Miško Šuvakovi?
Zavod P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E
Artists' Books
15 × 23 × 1.5 cm

This book seeks to problematize and and disclose the character of the neo-avant-garde excesses in the experimental works of the OHO group in Slovenia in the late 1960’s. The very new media, performative and textual practices which contributed to question, provoke and undermine the order of the ostensible autonomy of art, stable post-revolutionary ethics, and normative politics during the Cold War and Socialist Modernism are to be re-examined and exposed. Written by Misko Suvakovic.

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