Nikita Gale, SOME WEATHER (Heat), 2021
What did you take away from last year or so, and what do you hope for 2021/22?
To answer literally, 2020 is mostly a “leave behind” for me, there’s not much from last year I particularly want to carry over or replicate. More health, happiness and, hopefully, hugs in 2021-2022.
After Words: On Octavia Butler's “Speech Sounds” by Nikita Gale
In this essay, artist Nikita Gale presents a reading of Octavia Butler’s short story Speech Sounds through the work of Edouard Glissant, Kate Lacey, Homi Bhabha, and Elaine Scarry. Gale considers the trauma of silence and the loss of language as events that might serve as starting points for emergent forms of social relations.
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