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In times dominated by visual inputs of perfection and beauty in the media, ‘passing’ as able accentuates self inflicted stigma and perpetuates anxieties related to symptoms of discrimination and isolation.
Unsettling the ways gaze reads bodies in public space is, thus, urgent for us.
QueerAble adaptations is a vulnerable performative encounter that reclaims space to other embodiments.
It articulates utterance and sonic flows produced by Angelo’s voice and a device as an extension of the body, a sound interface that amplifies the sonic agency of a non-normalised (free) movement.
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