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Mad Marginal Cahier #4: I See Words, I Hear Voices

Artist
Dora García
Editor
Chantal Pontbriand
Date
2015
Publisher
Sternberg Press
Format
Anthologies
ISBN
978-3-956791-57-4
Size
14 × 21 × 3.5 cm
Length
400 pp
Description

Mad Marginal Cahier #4: I See Words, I Hear Voices brings together essays by international authors that develop different threads pertaining to artist Dora García’s practice. In her research, she explores—through the figures of James Joyce and Robert Walser—deviant literature, exploded language, the unconscious, and the notion of exile as inherent to artistic practice. García is currently examining voice-hearing and other extrasensory perceptions. Mad Marginal Charts, an abstract mapping of references central to her idea of marginality as an artistic position, marks her trajectory in this new cycle of works, which has been featured and elaborated in exhibitions in 2014 and 2015.

Edited by Chantal Pontbriand with contributions by Caroline Andrieux, David Dorenbaum, Dora García, Maria C. Havstam, Christa-Maria Lerm Hayes, Vanessa Ohlraun, Britta Peters, Chantal Pontbriand, Kjetil Røed, Margit Säde, Caroline von Taysen, David Tomas.

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