Fred Dewey

Fred Dewey was a writer, teacher, editor/publisher, curator, and co-founder of the Neighborhood Councils Movement in Los An geles. He directed Beyond Baroque Literary / Arts Center in Los Angeles from 1995-2010 and has edited, published, and designed twenty books and anthologies, featuring work by Ammiel Alcalay, Simone Forti, Jean-Luc Godard, Daniel Berrigan, Abdellatif Laabi, Jack Hirschman, Christoph Draeger, Ed Ruscha, Diane di Prima, and more. His writing has appeared in the anthologies Architecture of Fear (Princeton Architecture), Most Art Sucks (Smart Art), Cork Caucus, and in magazines and newspapers such as the Neighborhood Councils Movement Newsletter, the Journal of Aesthetics & Protest, New Statesman, LA Weekly, LA Times, Metropolis, Venice Beachhead, LA Forum for Architecture & Urban Design, and Coagula. Dewey has performed with the dancers and artists Simone Forti and Jeremiah Day at London's ICA, New York's Ludlow 38, and Berlin's Errant Bodies. He taught in Berlin and in the graduate fine art program at ArtCenter College of Design in Pasadena, California.
Fred Dewey - The School of Public Life
English edition
Errant Bodies - Doormats
Rethinking public space.
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