RUTH ANDERWALD, KAROLINE FEYERTAG, LEONHARD GROND (EDS.)
Texts by RUTH ANDERWALD, MATHIAS BENEDEK, OLIVER A. I. BOTAR, DAVIDE DERIU, KAROLINE FEYERTAG, LEONHARD GROND, FRANÇOIS JULLIEN, SARAH KOLB, REBEKKA LADEWIG, JAROSŁAW LUBIAK, ALICE PECHRIGGL, OLIVER RESSLER, MAYA M. SHMAILOV, MARIA SPINDLER, MARCUS STEINWEG, KATRIN BUCHER TRANTOW
Dizziness is more than feeling dizzy. In this multidisciplinary reader, artists, philosophers, and researchers from a range of experimental sciences and cultural studies trace dizziness not only as a phenomenon of sensory input impacting our vestibular system, but also as a twofold phenomenon of “sense”—creating meaning and triggering emotions. It is an interdependence of sense and sensing, of cultural constructs and sensuality, of somatic and cognitive knowledge, that can only be conceived of as a complex relation of both formation and dissolution, habituations and transformations, pertaining to our shared reality and our individual experiences. This is further reflected in the programmatic claim that states of dizziness can be seen as a resource.
16.5×22 cm, 272 pages
Published by Sternberg Press