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Cosmic underground : a grimoire of black speculative discontent

Title
Cosmic underground : a grimoire of black speculative discontent / edited by Reynaldo Anderson and John Jennings ; introduction by Greg Tate.
Publication
  • [San Francisco, CA] : [Cedar Grove Publishing], [2018]
  • ©2018

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Description
241 pages : illustrations (chiefly color); 28 cm
Subjects
Genre/Form
Exhibition catalogs.
Note
  • Title from cover.
  • Published in conjunction with the exhibition "Unveiling Visions" showcased at the Schomburg Library in New York City in 2015.
  • Page 241 reprinted as page [3] of cover.
Bibliography (note)
  • Includes bibliographical references (pages [224]-[226]).
Contents
Black Speculative Art manifesto (SPELL) / Linda D. Addision -- Meta-data thief / Damian Duffy -- Deprogram the programmers : Afrofuturism and Detroit techno / Tobias C. Van Veen -- Out of the night, into the night : the Moorish effect on the enlightened & modern worlds / Ryan M. Branson, Sr., 32 -- Ontologies of Orisha technology : West African spirituality afrofuturistic visions / Kinitra Brooks -- #FREEBree climbs so we can fly / Clint Fluker -- Providence / Ajani Brown -- From Audre Lorde to Africa Bambaataa : the politics of de_perception / Natasha A. Kelly -- Black Star Line / Moor Mother Goddess -- Electrical scent of Damas : Negritude, the Harlem Renaissance, and the Afrosurreal / D. Scot Miller -- Oddities of nature : Bishop Charles H. Mason and the realm of the supernatural / Rev. Andrew Rollins -- Ferguson future shock and the return of the real / Reynaldo Anderson -- Are angels rockets? : a suite from the squence / Scott Heath -- Cadillacs in space? / Jason Vasser -- Obsidian/The ballad of bad brains / Kevin Sipp -- Harmonics and modalities of metaphysical blackness / Rev. Andrew Rollins -- Dismantling the master's clock : black quantum futurism as a new afro-diasporic time consciousness / Rashheedah Phillips (founder of The Afrofuturistam Affair/Black Quantum Futurism) -- Watch night: A ten minute play / Gregory S. Carr -- Root working's recursions in the black imagination / Tiffany E. Barber -- Genesis/Love under surveillance / Reynaldo Anderson -- What shall I teach them? : musings of an afrofuturist educator / Deirdre Hollman -- Ogun : primordial architect of a liberated black future / Darasia Selby-Adebisi (Ifatoyin Alaade Ojekemi) -- Afro future in the midst of upheaval / Damon Davis -- Dark matter : an interview with John Jennings / Tiffany Barber -- Afrofuturism 2.0 and the Black Speculative Arts movement : notes on a manifesto / Reynaldo Anderson.
Call Number
Sc F 19-369
ISBN
  • 9781941958780
  • 1941958788
LCCN
2017953026
OCLC
1008982809
Title
Cosmic underground : a grimoire of black speculative discontent / edited by Reynaldo Anderson and John Jennings ; introduction by Greg Tate.
Publisher
[San Francisco, CA] : [Cedar Grove Publishing], [2018]
Copyright Date
©2018
Type of Content
text
Type of Medium
unmediated
Type of Carrier
volume
Bibliography
Includes bibliographical references (pages [224]-[226]).
Summary
"Cosmic Underground: A Grimoire of Black Speculative Discontent and its inspiration, the ground-breaking exhibition Unveiling Visions, applies a global lens and planetary vision to the black imagination, and brings this context to a wide survey of contemporary works. This book showcases illustrations, graphic design, literature, posters, and mixed-media digital and analog artworks along with insightful analysis by brilliant scholars and amazingly talented creatives. Cosmic Underground serves as a creative, experimental and educational motive force to analyze the growing corpus of work surrounding the nexus between politics and contemporary artistic production. This project includes the areas of black cultural production situated within Afrofuturism, AstroBlackness, the EthnoGothic, Magical Realism, Sword and Soul, and the AfroSurreal."--Amazon.com.
Chronological Term
2000-2099
Added Author
Anderson, Reynaldo, 1964- editor.
Jennings, John, 1970- editor.
Tate, Greg, writer of introductory text.
Exhibition "Unveiling Visions" (2015 : New York, N.Y.)
Research Call Number
Sc F 19-369
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