Mattia Capelletti studied cultural analysis at the University of Amsterdam. He is an editor at Palm Wine, a website dedicated to post-global visual and sonic cultures. With artist Costanza Candeloro he runs Idioletta, a platform aimed at fostering borderline literature and vernacular voices. As a writer and researcher, he is interested in the micropolitics and the ontology of the human voice.
What does it mean to do archival research in embodied ways? Where is ‘the archive’ located in such an approach? And how might the open form of ‘the score’—a provisional map, a musical or performance score, a speculative cartography, an image atlas, a set of instructions—offer possibilities for articulating and transmitting the knowledge of elusive archives?