I am currently in Venice working in the Research Pavilion, extending my enquiry on Reading on Reading which forms part of the No Telos publication.


My focus during the Research Pavilion is language-based – through a matrix of reading, writing and conversation-based practices examined in both their specificity and in combination.


How is the attentional texture of these different practices? How are experience, awareness and perception shaped by language practices; facilitated and/or limited by linguistic constraints?


In this presentation I want to test how / whether the 'research catalogue' can be used as a mode of presentation in my physical absence.


 


 

 

 

A MESSAGE FROM EMMA COCKER


PLEASE TAKE A MOMENT TO READ THE TEXT BELOW:

INVITATION FOR A SHARED READING

 

To begin, I wanted to share some thoughts on reading. They need to be voiced. 

Can you help me? 

 

* Some of you have been given a printed sentence.

* Would you be willing to read it out loud?

* If not, please pass it to someone else.

* Read the sentence out loud when you feel ready.

* Try not to speak over one another.

* Allow each sentence room to breathe.

 

Different voices sound text in different ways: Notice the variations in volume and speed, intonation and emphasis.

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