Re_Visioning Bodies

Publication series Das Neue Alphabet (The New Alphabet), Volume 10
Editor: Daniel Neugebauer
Publisher: Spector Books, Leipzig
72 pages, German and English edition
color illustrations, paperback with folded dust cover
ISBN DE: 978-3-95905-495-9
ISBN EN: 978-3-95905-496-6
Price: 10 €

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Re_Visioning Bodies calls for a new visibility of non-normative bodies in archives – moving away from forcible categorization and towards respect, care and forms of bodily knowledge production. Eliza Steinbock finds love in the Lili Elbe Archive, Europe’s largest collection of trans* and queer history. Carmen Mörsch describes how bodies that act as a medium for artistic expression communicate more than just art, inviting us to take a discrimination-wary view. Zeyno Pekünlü looks at constructs of a bride and contrasts idealized wedding photos with the matter-of-fact comments of stylists. Maaike Bleeker slips into the role of Neo in The Matrix to ask how intellectual knowledge and physical knowing condition one another.

Table of contents:

Introduction
Daniel Neugebauer

t4t: Archival Legacies of Trans for Trans Adoration
Eliza Steinbock

Corporeal Literacy
Maaike Bleeker

Hairy Tale
Zeyno Pekünlü

Revision of a Text on Othered Bodies in Art Education: A Discrimination-Critical Reflection Loop
Carmen Mörsch