• SPEAKERSPEAKER NO.3: SILENCE
  • SPEAKERSPEAKER NO.3: SILENCE
  • SPEAKERSPEAKER NO.3: SILENCE
  • SPEAKERSPEAKER NO.3: SILENCE
  • SPEAKERSPEAKER NO.3: SILENCE
  • SPEAKERSPEAKER NO.3: SILENCE
  • SPEAKERSPEAKER NO.3: SILENCE
  • SPEAKERSPEAKER NO.3: SILENCE
  • SPEAKERSPEAKER NO.3: SILENCE

SPEAKERSPEAKER NO.3: SILENCE

120 x 180mm, 170 pages, black and white and colour printing, perfect bound,

Silence is often approached as something lacking, as a space without sound. In speaking, silence is often considered to be in opposition to voice — its mute counterpart. In a predominantly western theory of voice where we privilege the voice as the ultimate means to achieve empowerment, how could silence be animated as a space for resistive possibility? How could we learn to read silence in all of its nuance?

with writing from:
amber ablett// hamja ahsan // angelica bollettinari // robin everett // moa franzén // haruka fukao // dominique hurth // william kudahl // nayara leite// eliyah mesayer // tominga o’donnell // line rolf // kirsty russell // sofie hviid vinther // salomé voegelin

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speakerspeaker

Regular price £9.00