HELD BY HANDS K-POP AND THE SOCIAL POTENTIAL OF FANDOM / SOL ARCHER
This book brings together personal and theoretical reflections written by members of the Brazilian K-pop community on the constructive potential of fandom in contemporary society. It spans experiences of occupying public space through collective dance practice, identity formation and community support, cultural appropriation in K-pop, the effects of soft power, and considerations of the phenomenon of fandom. This book is a collective body dancing utopia.
Contributors: Aline Barbosa / EVE / Julia Guerreiro / Kananda Simonetti / Kelly Nobre / Lohaynne Beringui / Lucas Victor Aureliano / Marcelle Belfort / Millah C. S. Gomes / Natália Amorim / Paula Castro / Paulina Yeal Cho / Sabrina Diniz / Sol Archer
Photo-essay by Lohaynne Beringui
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Size 23,6 x 16,1 cm