This publication offers a feminist
and queer interpretation of
artistic practices of the last forty years. It gathers a selection of works
and texts from the late 1960s to the present, newly commissioned essays and
an anthology of artists's texts.
How might we talk differently today about the negotiation between bodies
and languages? This publication offers a selection of works
and texts from the late 1960s to the present in which bodies and words
escape from identity-based determination and thus become the modus
operandi of new narrative and poetic mechanism. Richly illustrated,
the book includes newly commissioned essays by Quinn
Latimer, Émilie Notéris, and Lilou
Vidal, and an anthology of artists's texts: poems, hypertexts, scripts,
notes, song lyrics, quotes, or extracts from pluri-linguistic thoughts.
Supporting curatorial practices which aim at encompassing social and
political change, Paraguay is happy to publish a second book with curator