AutorIn: Salomé Voegelin


This text writes a short deliberation on the potential of literary writing and literary study to establish the possible worlds of fiction as an exploratory sphere within which we can tease, from the ambiguity of art, its contribution to research and knowledge without suppressing the sensorial and aesthetic dimension of its material. The literary is presented as a modest collaborator to the artistic investigation: aiding its articulation without erasing its processes and speechlessness. This approchement of work and text is critiqued and augmented through the radical reality of sound and the notion of sonic fictions that breach analytical language to speak its excess.

in Artistic Research and Literature