Published February 2003 by Temple University Press .
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I do not want a monologue about dialogue. So I invited a range of perspectives on this notion of transcommunality to be included as part of the book itself.
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Format Book Published Philadelphia: Temple University Press, Description p. ; 22 cm. Other contributors Childs, John Brown. Notes Includes bibliographical references and index. Contents. This event, timed to coincide with BAM’s DanceAfrica festival, will conclude with a book signing and perhaps Moko Jumbies.
Featured image, "Intervention: Wall Streeet" (), a collaboration with the Brooklyn Jumbies in the Financial District in New York, is by Frank Veronsky. It is reproduced from Transcommunality. continue to blog. CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 5/23/ Laura Anderson Barbata Launches 'Transcommunality' at Greenlight Bookstore This Saturday, May 25 at 5PM, Greenlight Bookstore presents artist Laura Anderson Barbata, author of Transcommunality: Interventions and Collaborations in Stilt Dancing Communities, in conversation with some of her artistic collaborators, including Najja Codrington and.
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The book brings together the work of activists, artists, and academics, many of whom are current or former prisoners; it challenges hierarchies of expertise, presenting recollection, poetry, and Author: Cyrus Grace Dunham. Commissioned by artist Laura Anderson Barbata. Published in book Transcommunality: Interventions and Collaborations in Stilt Dancing Communities by Turner Books.
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Transcommunality explores the power of ritual and the significance of costuming in bold, visionary strokes, melding both imagery and critical analysis, including a conversation with the artist that explores the impetus and evolution of the work she has created with, alongside and for these stiltwalking societies.
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