Editorial by issue editor Eleanor Roberts, with Ella Parry-Davies, Aneta Mancewicz, Bella Poynton, and Broderick Chow
Giulia Palladini theorizes the musical ‘prelude’ as a temporal structure that actualizes possible futures in the present.
Asif Majid reexamines Octopus from “Entangling the British Muslim Woman” through the personal lens of minoritarian positionality, and the exhaustion it can produce specifically for Muslim artists.
Charlotte Cooper’s video and text documents a process of exploring ‘queer feminist fat sensibility, experience and possibility’, which challenges exclusionary and ableist notions of dance.
In the context of Hong Kong protests and her installation & performance in Leipzig, Wir sind das Volk! (December 2019), wen yau reflects on the power of a peaceful revolution and the fragility of freedom.
Fuad Musallam reflects on the post-17 October 2019 Lebanese uprising. Tracing its rhythms through changes to the materiality of downtown Beirut, the affects and expressions of political times emerge.
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