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FRAYING, DISSIPATION, DIVINATION, AND TALKING TO MOTHS: NOTATION AS A SALVE FOR UNMANAGEABLE VULNERABILITIES or HISTORIOGRAPHY OF CREATIVE HERMENEUTICS.
thesisposted on 05.05.2022, 11:11 by OLGA BENNETT
This practice-led research responds to omnipresent exclusions and omissions within personal and collective histories, proposing a speculative historiography that enables the recovery of experiential dimensions and affective registers within these histories. It considers how narrative as a dominant genre that privileges cohesion, transparency and conceptual foreclosure conditions the suppression of certain affects within discourse and proposes notation as a more flexible alternative.