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Italicized page numbers indicate illustrations.
abba, 19, 165, 168, 172
Acker, Kathy, 11, 267, 275n2, 290, 296
acLu (American Civil Liberties
Union), 15, 148
Adorno, Theodor, 19, 52, 164, 196, 277
aesthetic pastiche, 134–35, 149n4
Africa, 204–11, 214–15, 217n10, 218n15,
242–43
African Americans: blackness image,
207; blaxploitation, 202, 204, 213;
blues artists, bargaining power of,
45–46; celebrity stars and, 213–14,
218n14; class and, 21, 199, 202, 206,
208–11, 216; collage folk traditions
and, 200–201; corporate control
of media culture and, 244; dias-
poric African culture and, 205–11;
Double Captain Shit . . . (Ofili),
212–14; female sexuality critique
and, 207–11; folk aesthetic and,
204, 205; gender and, 21, 199, 202,
206, 208–11, 216; hip- hop sam-
pling and, 1, 202, 207, 210–11; The
Holy Virgin Mary (Ofili), 199–200,
207–12; humor and, 204, 213–15;
literary collage and, 21, 199; min-
strel character and, 208, 213–14;
naming power and, 33; national-
ism and, 21, 199, 202, 206, 208–11,
216; photo collage and, 200; politi-
cal economy of black space and,
206–7, 215–16; quilting traditions
and, 201; race and, 21, 199, 202,
206, 208–11, 216; representations
of, as cultural heroes, 203–6, 217n5;
sexual cuts and, 206, 208–10; sexu-
ality and, 21, 199, 202, 206, 208–11,
216; signifyin’ tradition and, 28,
47; social justice using art and,
200; stereotyped images of, 204,
206–9, 211, 213, 217nn8–9, 217n11;
subordination through language
and, 209; trickster vernacular and,
214–15, 218n15
Alloula, Malek, 202, 206–7
“All You Need is Love” (KLf), 168–69
ambiguity in collage: authors/owners
and, 89–91, 93n5; culture and,
84–86, 93n2; placement and, 87;
politics and, 84, 91–93; practice in
culture and, 86–87; recycling by
artists and, 87–89; representation
and, 86–87; taking and, 86–89,
92–93; theft and, 84, 87–92
American Civil Liberties Union
(acLu), 15, 148
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