Radiophonise the archives of resistance: Radio Resist Europe

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Abstract

This article considers questions addressed by the performance "Radio Resist Europe" by Diásporas críticas, enacted in the context of the conference Subjectivites feministes, queer et postcoloniales en art contemporain: une histoire en mouvements, (University Rennes II, France) in 2015. Radio Resist Europe was a performance consisting of a composition of audio fragments, music and live reading that happened to coincide with the mediatized political crisis surrounding Charlie Hebdo. The performative exercise aimed to fortify alliances between poets, activists, academics and artists at the conference and raise awareness of the subtlety, complexity and diversity of distinct forms of censorship. A number of voices, past and present, were gathered around the question "What is the sound of censorship", among them poets and musicians who have been imprisoned in France for critiquing nationalist discourses in their music.
Translated title of the contributionRadiophonise the archives of resistance: Radio Resist Europe
Original languageFrench
Title of host publicationCONSTELLATIONS SUBJECTIVES.
Subtitle of host publicationPOUR UNE HISTOIRE FÉMINISTE DE L'ART
EditorsMarie-Laure Allain Bonilla, Emilie Blanc, Johanna Renard, Elvan Zabunyan
Pages259-262
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 1 Nov 2020
MoE publication typeA3 Part of a book or another research book

Keywords

  • queer theory
  • decolonial studies
  • feminist art
  • performance studies

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