Double Think Bulemia

Summary:

“Double Think Bulemia: Mouth to Mouth: Conversations on Being” was a project initiated by Senga Nengudi and sent out over the airwaves by satellite feed in 1988. Described as “a 28 minute crazy quilt of conversation and music,” “Bulemia” was an effort to rethink the term most often associated with disease as a metaphor for exploring the nature of creativity.  This project included: Charles Abramson, Carol Blank, John Outterbridge, Darryl Sevad, Kaylynn Sullivan, SunRa, and Cecil Taylor.

Images:

Double Think Bulimia cover

Double Think Bulimia pamphlet

Audio:

“Double Think Bulemia: Mouth to Mouth: Conversations on Being”

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6 responses

23 02 2010
Ceremony for Freeway Fets slide 11 « African American Performance Art Archive

[…] a CETA Art in Public Spaces grant and CalTrans.  Nengudi used this photograph for the pamphlet for Double Think Bulemia […]

23 02 2010
Ceremony for Freeway Fets slide 12 « African American Performance Art Archive

[…] a CETA Art in Public Spaces grant and CalTrans.  Nengudi used this photograph for the pamphlet for Double Think Bulemia […]

23 02 2010
Double Think Bulemia Cover « African American Performance Art Archive

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23 02 2010
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