Margit Sade Lehni: A Selfless Self in The Nightless Night

A Selfless Self in The Nightless Night; Disembodied Voices & Imaginary Friends  A listening session in two chapters. As artificial sounds and voices are an intrinsic part of our daily lives, there is still no reproduction of the voice that doesn’t have an outlandish or uncanny feel to it. It’s a pleasure augmented by horror,…

Richard John Jones: PARTY

“To know of some is good; but for the rest, silence is to be praised” Ser Brunetto speaking of his fellow sodomites to Dante in the Inferno. Camouflage as a material and metaphor can allow us to question the limits of our perception and the technologies that mediate the act of bearing witness. As a…