The Performativity of Protest: The bodies of the AIDS epidemic

“We are showing the public what this administration has done! They have turned our loved ones into bone chips, ash, and corpses,” shouts David Robinson during ACT UP’s protest, The Ashes Action.  Judith Butler in her book, Notes toward Performative Theory of Assembly, calls the concept of a protest, not one of the people contesting their … Continue reading The Performativity of Protest: The bodies of the AIDS epidemic

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Research Studios – Outwarding

Stand still the trees ahead the bushes beside you are not lost Where ever you are is called Here And you must treat it as  a powerful stranger you must ask for it permission to know it and be known Stand still the forest knows where you are let it find you [Lost] David Wagnor … Continue reading Research Studios – Outwarding