Censored ISSUE 05 “Transmisson”
In this issue, Censored explores the paths of activists past and present who have made history, the politics of archives, and feminist translation. It addresses the influences between art and the AIDS years, racial trauma as a public health issue, and intergenerational transmission with intimate texts. Censored has also focused on heterosexuality as a political system and the deconstruction of the nuclear family.
This new issue presents a great novelty, white cards to five artists: Naïa Combary, Clara Pacotte and Charlotte Houette (EAAPES), Camille Soulat, Roxanne Maillet, Tabita Rezaire.
Censored is a feminist and artistic society magazine self-published by two sisters. Strong and aesthetic content, eye-catching covers, large print, and multiple papers. The magazine offers a balance of interviews, articles, photography, reports and collages. It seeks to delve into major societal issues and to explore the links between the intimate and the political.