Issue 37-38, Spring-Fall 2021
Guest-edited by Hernán Ulm, Alex Martoni and Roberto Rubio
This issue of the Intermédialités journal focuses on practices of resistance in Latin America from an intermedial perspective that emphasizes the situated/sited character of their experimentations. The articles in the dossier demonstrate that, in contemporary Latin America artistic and cultural production, “resisting” means transforming media’s material supports and forms of codification, seeking new dispositifs for the production of the sensible to decolonize the flow of normalized sensibilities. Resisting should therefore not be perceived solely as an act of opposition (likely to preserve binary forms of practice and theory, the colonizer facing off with the colonized), but primarily as an act of interruption (in order to divert, suspend, cut, intersect).