Originally a performative lecture and gallery experience at the Queens Museum of Art in conjunction with the exhibition “Tarjamah”, “I and Translation” has become the permanent title for ongoing reflection, writings and self-reflection on translation with my ‘subjectivites’ at play. An ongoing theory in essence.
The original presentation took up several threads of major importance and impact and connected them to artworks in the ‘Tarjama’ exhibition.
The threads were inspired by my earlier reflection on translation and further nourished there.
Parts of the I and Translation will be in upcoming publications in different formats, and possibly in the Seasons of the Manifestoes Global Barnstorm, which will integrate various threads of manifestoes from different fields and projects.