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#09954

A User's Guide to [Demanding] the Impossible by Laboratory of Insurrectionary Imagination

Artist
the Laboratory of Insurrectionary
Price
$15.00
Date
2011
Publisher
Publication Studio Vancouver
Format
Artists' Books
Details
Softcover
ISBN
9780986676390
Size
12 × 15 × 0.4 cm
Length
60 
Description

A User’s Guide to [Demanding] the Impossible is “a brief introduction to strategies and stories of art activism throughout history, from Sylvia Pankhurst to Dada, Gustav Courbet to Electric Disturbance Theatre.” This small, attractively-illustrated volume was created by the Laboratory of Insurrectionary Imagination, a London-based collective, in an atmosphere of cuts to public programs and a resulting nationwide wave of protests.

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