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July 2021, English
11×18 cm, 256 pages, 97 b/w ill., softcover
ISBN 978-3-95679-569-5
A Series of Open Questions
Scott Ponik
CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco

What does the promise of “speaking nearby” rather than “speaking about” look like today? What are the politics of hospitality? What are the problematics of “postfeminism,” and how do we challenge the West as the authoritative subject of feminist knowledge? What are the ways that language can be a site of rupture? How do we generate mistrust in the “well-written,” and how can poetry be a radical act of refusal? How can we be subjects that believe in land and not borders? What influence has technology and digital space had on the “making and unmaking of identity”? How do we navigate a cyclical eruption of decolonizations?