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Make Everything New - A Project on Communism (Fabrications)

by Grant Watson

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Make Everything New—A Project on Communism is co-published by Book Works and Project Arts Centre, Dublin and is the first in a series of co-publishing partnerships entitled Fabrications. Printed offset in an edition of 1,500 copies, colour,176 pages, with a soft cover. Designed by Secondary Modern, 240 x 170mm.
Make Everything New—A Project On Communism
Edited by Grant Watson, Gerrie van Noord & Gavin Everall (2006)

Communism is routinely defined as defeated and its conquest the subject of regular celebration. Caught in the disappointment and negative connotations of the past, it has become all but unthinkable. Make Everything New seeks to rescue the idea of Communism from this trap. Collaborating with artists, writers and collectives, this project has commissioned and collected counter-narratives, abstract and unrealistic ideas, engaged political commentary and satirical work, that presents neither an historical or comprehensive overview nor a requiem for the past. It is a collection of partial and subjective accounts of various creative practices, an experimental platform for ideas and an attempt to see in what ways the communist imagination can be materialised as art.

Contributors include: 16Beaver, Gopal Balakrishnan, Michael Blum, AA Bronson, Maria Eichorn, Factotum, Dmitry Gutov, Wu Ming, Aleksandra Mir, Sarah Pierce/The Metropolitan Complex, CK Rajan, Raqs Media Collective, Dont Rhine, Martha Rosler, Rob Stone
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