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  • 84 pages 
  • 24cm x 16cm 
  • Published in London, 2021 

Oof magazine believes that “football is the quintessential communal experience”, achieving with ease the elusive goal of art: to make people feel.


In this issue:


  • Scottish artist Trackie McLeod talks about using football to question issues of masculinity
  • Writer Paula Akpan looks at the contemporary racial dynamics of Donald Rodney’s depiction of John Barnes
  • Rosemary Waugh talks to performance artist Rosa-Johan Uddoh about her artwork-slash-football match that tackles capitalism
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