Siting Discourse

Andrew Filmer, Breg Horemans (Editor), Nachtergaele Siebren

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Siting Discourse is a dialogical diary that explores the protocols, politics and accessibility of a digital architecture-as-archive ( Horemans shares the writing process through a recorded sequence of screen captures. Siting Discourse exposes the Live Archive's digital spatiality and the implicit gestures, attitudes and coincidences of discourse making that it aims to facilitate. The title is a reference to the Live Archive as a (web-)site for discursive documentation and it addresses the academic citing mechanism as a form of “structural misquoting.” Siting Discourse is a collaboration between Siebren Nachtergaele (Social Sciences HOGENT, Theatre Studies UGENT, BE) and Andrew Filmer (Theatre Studies, Aberystwyth University, WA). Their first encounter was shaped by means of a drift.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherStichting TAAT
Number of pages53
Place of PublicationMaastricht
Publication statusPublished - 01 Jun 2021


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