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Drawing on fragments from the performance Plastika (2013), this article explores the relationship between text and voice, between a text and its voices. The voice that it deals with is both textual and oral, even though it reaches us in written form or as grafts, and it allows us to listen to more than just the materiality of language, the sonority of the words, and the grain of the voice, In this textual voice, which can be both poetic and performative, we can hear the uniqueness of a voice that exceeds meaning, escapes the body, and begins interating with other singular bodies, drives and disruptions of the transformative power of the voice and of language.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: June 1, 2016
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