If I Can’t Dance to It, It’s Not My Revolution
If I Can’t Dance to It, It’s Not My Revolution

A group exhibition curated by Natalie Musteata at Haverford College’s Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, If I Can’t Dance to It, It’s Not My Revolution examined anarchism through counter-cultural artistic practices. The catalogue design makes use of a free, open source typeface by OSP-Foundry called Crickx. Although the object has the appearance of a normal book, its contents are a series of folded posters, one for each artist in the exhibition, evoking the anarchist tradition’s concern for horizontal de-hierarchization. The posters reproduce images and texts at their original scale whenever possible, maintaining a fidelity to their referents.

6 ¼ × 9 inches

Includes 31 folded 12 × 19 inch posters

2014