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Prohibited is that which is forbidden, prohibited, cancelled. Deleted. But its Latin etymology tells us something more, giving a complex image of what is not allowed: prohibere, in fact, literally means to "have in front". And this is no coincidence. Forbidden is what we do not allow ourselves. Yet it is before our eyes. It is denial, taboo, law, but also desire, secret, unspeakable. The forbidden tells us who we are, both as a collective and as individuals.
Alan Alpenfelt, Letizia Russo
Authors who have been on the project
Oisin Kearney, Sarah Chia-Jewell, Tommaso Giacopini, Ric Renton, Kim de l’Horizon, Giulietta Mottini.