_Abstract de[re]territorialisation adopts a bi-column structure as a method to explore how meaning is distributed between human and digital voices. This bi-discursive paper was generated via a performative gesture where words spoken by a human subject, occupying the left-hand column, were translated by a digital subject to produce text for the right-hand column. …
About the Author
Dr Marilyn Allen is an artist, writer, theorist, and one half of the collaborative double act ‘matthews and allen’. matthews and allen’s research emerges as an experimental inquiry into collaborative voicing which typically problematises monovocality through a pluralisation of voices. matthews and allen’s methodological use of citationality evokes a state of indeterminacy wherein authorial precedence is unsettled and a disjunctive network of knowledge is established. Their praxis is one of critical disruption, incorporating humour, performance writing and a ludic approach to language.