Body as a Journal


Guest Editor
Neringa Černiauskaitė

Kotryna Lingienė

Limited in space, bodies are immense in their potentiality. Today, in the face of a crisis – ecological, military, economic and social – it is their vulnerability that defines them most. Guest edited by Neringa Černiauskaitė, a writer, curator and one half of the artistic duo Pakui Hardware, the issue scrutinizes vulnerability in order to show that it is often evoked by systemic flaws rather than personal failures. At the same time, vulnerability is not treated here as something to be anxious about, but as a tool for building community, for transforming rigid structures, for bringing the flesh into theory, and to open up oneself to the other.

Neringa Černiauskaitė

The Land Is Burning And So Are We
Agnė Bagdžiūnaitė in conversation with Rupa Marya

Waiting for the Gastroenterologist
Vaiva Grainytė

X-Rays of Our Society:
Marija Teresė Rožanskaitė and Pakui Hardware by Inga Lāce

Monika Kalin

The Double Logic of the Accident
Catherine Malabou in conversation with Kristupas Sabolius

Catharsis of Gaze
Gabrielė Gervickaitė and Jurga Jonutytė

At a Loss of Words
Agnė Jokšė

Virgilijus Šonta’s Photographic Worlds of Non-Normative Disobedience
Adomas Narkevičius

The Tenderness of the Humble. On Two Pieces of Choreography by Anna-Marija Adomaitytė
Eric Vautrin

Deep Cuts, Chemicals and Climate: an Interview with Stacy Alaimo
Jennifer Teets

Collective Body and Ego Death: Dorota Gawęda and Eglė Kulbokaitė
Alice Bucknell

Brutal Poetics of Dizzinformation
Valentinas Klimašauskas

Issue No. 4, Autumn/Winter 2022

English Language Editor: Gemma Lloyd
Issue Design: Vytautas Volbekas