Issue 54 ‘Voicings’ explores modes of being, perception and expression that have been historically and often violently disabled by society. Focusing on art practices that centre the perspective of D/deaf and non-verbal communicators, it proposes reconfigurations of voice, language and sound. It asks readers to tune into a chorus of voicings, not necessarily audible, but perceivable as ‘atmospheres’, ‘vibrations’, ‘rhythms’.
Editors: Elisa Adami, Amanda Carneiro, Nav Haq, Mark Lewis, Adeena Mey, Chloe Ting, and Charles Stankievech.
Founding editors: Charles Esche, Mark Lewis.
Table of contents
Artists: Imogen Stidworthy
- Atmospheres Full of Information: A Conversation with Imogen Stidworthy – Nav Haq
- Voicing: A Practice of Exodus – Eleni Ikoniadou
- We Burn Disbelief: Disability, Surveillance Infrastructures and Salvation Ecologies – Khairani Barokka
Artists: Christine Sun Kim
- Access as Generative Site – Bárbara Rodríguez Muñoz
Artists: Tarek Atoui
- ‘Like Waves in my Body’: On Tarek Atoui’s Sonic Practice – Rayya Badran
- Politics Inc. – Vladimir Safatle
Artists: Arthur Bispo do Rosário
- Arthur Bispo do Rosário, an Emblematic Art Brut/ Outsider Creator – Edward Gómez
- Representing the World, Weathering its End: Arthur Bispo do Rosário’s Ecology of the Ship – Marlon Miguel
- Whatever the Future Will Be, It Is Made Now – Bart De Baere
Events, Works, Exhibitions
- The Rise (and Fall?) of the Postcolonial Documenta – Sunil Shah
Artists: Silke Otto-Knapp
- Silke Otto-Knapp (1970–2022) – Mark Lewis
The publication is available for purchase. If you would like specific articles only, it is also available individually and to be downloaded as PDFs.