1. If I Can't Dance, I Don't Want To Be Part Of Your Revolution is the first publication published by If I Can't Dance, on the occasion of its inception in 2005. The book traces the year-long experiment in collaborative curating and extended artistic production of the organization, through the projects of Johanna Billing, Matti Braun, Gerard Byrne, Yael Davids, Mariana Castillo Deball and the group LIGNA. With contributions by If I Can't Dance curators Frédérique Bergholtz, Tanja Elstgeest and Annie Fletcher, and essays by Francesco Bernardelli, Emily Pethick, Roos Gortzak, and Jan Verwoert.

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        If I Can't Dance,
        I Don't Want to Be Part of
        Your Revolution