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TRANS∼SCRIPT: Bliss and the Disfiguration of Language in the Writing of Transqueer Embodied PerformanceA conversation/reflection on the Conference closing night performance Trans∼Formation by AñA Wojak and Quinn de Rosa Pontello

TRANS∼SCRIPT: Bliss and the Disfiguration of Language in the Writing of Transqueer Embodied... TRANSSCRIPT: Bliss and the Disfiguration of Language in the Writing of Transqueer Embodied Performance Quinn Eades, AñA Wojak, Quinn de Rosa Pontello and Akkadia Ford Acknowledgement of Country: In Australia it is respectful to acknowledge the traditional owners of the land on which a meeting, activity or event is taking place and to remind us that the land was never ceded. To this date, the nation of Australia has never signed a treaty with its first nations people. Transformation was a performance presented at the Technicity, Temporality, Embodiment Somatechnics Conference, on a muggy Byron Bay night in December, 2016. The Bundjalung (Arakwal) people are the traditional custodians of the land, air, and waters in and around the northern New South Wales coastal town known as Byron Bay. TRANS(INTRO)DUCTION* *A note on language play/we just can’t help our-selves … Writing trans stories/performances/bodies means writing time, change, imbrication in social, political, cultural, and affective fabrics and representations … writing trans stories means we must play with language, margins, punctuation … … the ellipse, with it’s suggestions of what is there and not there, of gaps and holes, uncertainty/ambivalence/ambiguity, of time passing, is entrancing … Somatechnics 9.1 (2019): 133–146 DOI: 10.3366/soma.2019.0268 © http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Somatechnics Edinburgh University Press

TRANS∼SCRIPT: Bliss and the Disfiguration of Language in the Writing of Transqueer Embodied PerformanceA conversation/reflection on the Conference closing night performance Trans∼Formation by AñA Wojak and Quinn de Rosa Pontello

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TRANSSCRIPT: Bliss and the Disfiguration of Language in the Writing of Transqueer Embodied Performance Quinn Eades, AñA Wojak, Quinn de Rosa Pontello and Akkadia Ford Acknowledgement of Country: In Australia it is respectful to acknowledge the traditional owners of the land on which a meeting, activity or event is taking place and to remind us that the land was never ceded. To this date, the nation of Australia has never signed a treaty with its first nations people. Transformation was a performance presented at the Technicity, Temporality, Embodiment Somatechnics Conference, on a muggy Byron Bay night in December, 2016. The Bundjalung (Arakwal) people are the traditional custodians of the land, air, and waters in and around the northern New South Wales coastal town known as Byron Bay. TRANS(INTRO)DUCTION* *A note on language play/we just can’t help our-selves … Writing trans stories/performances/bodies means writing time, change, imbrication in social, political, cultural, and affective fabrics and representations … writing trans stories means we must play with language, margins, punctuation … … the ellipse, with it’s suggestions of what is there and not there, of gaps and holes, uncertainty/ambivalence/ambiguity, of time passing, is entrancing … Somatechnics 9.1 (2019): 133–146 DOI: 10.3366/soma.2019.0268 ©

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SomatechnicsEdinburgh University Press

Published: Apr 1, 2019

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