Lawrence Abu Hamdan «[inaudible] A Politics of Listening in 4 Acts»
A Politics of Listening is a politics that moves away from classic notions of advocacy and of giving people a voice. It is not a call for free speech or to have an equal platform for all voices to be heard – it is an intervention into and a reorganisation of the ways in which we listen to speech. A Politics of Listening does not simply seek to amplify voices but attempts to redefine what constitutes speech itself.
With contributions by Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Emily Apter, Giovanni Carmine, Omar Kholeif, Fabian Schöneich
11.5 x 16 cm, 68 pages, soft cover