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A collection of small artists' books
dedicated to experimental, concrete and visual poetry,
or any work combining text and visual arts
in the spirit of dadaism or fluxus.

"Don't You Rock Me Dada-O"
July 2008 - 40 pages - A6

A6 format (10.5x15 cm / 4 x 6") - 40 pages
hardcover, thread and quarter cloth binding
laser printing on ivory paper.
price: 15 euro / 20 US $ / 13 UK Sterling

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This book is the product of a deranged mix-up of details from collages,
photos and mixed-media works (ca. 1975-2008) handpicked from my archive,
then scanned and multi-layered on the pc with a primitive graphic programme.
Combining my lifelong obsessions for the history of r'n'r and Dada,
Don't You Rock Me Dada-O is respectfully dedicated to the CabVolt
Contingent with thanks to Lonnie D. & The Vipers.
V.B., May 2008

Vittore Baroni (Forte dei Marmi, 1956)
is an Italian music critic, visual poet and explorer of the counter-cultures.
Since the mid-1970's he is also one of the most active frequenters of the
planetary circuits of Mail Art. He has published several books on aspects
of the "networking cultures" that anticipated Internet, on electronic music
and on various forms of fringe art.
Contact: vittorebaroni@alice.it

Francis Van Maele
Dugort, Achill Island, County Mayo, Ireland