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Edited book on the feminist manifesto form.

The artist’s statement or curatorial pronouncement often has the look of a manifesto proclamation. The manifesto holds a claim, declares a set of beliefs, positions itself within a hierarchy of ideas and things, and can also be a call to action. This book is structured around thinking about the historical and experimental dimensions of the manifesto – in all of its forms, including the Femifesto, Manifesto, and Transfesto forms [the F/M/‘Festo].