Lizzie Thynne asked: “And what do we mean by ‘radical’?
radical, adj. and n.
a. Of, belonging to, or from a root or roots; fundamental to or inherent in the natural processes of life, vital; spec. designating the humour or moisture once thought to be present in all living organisms as a necessary condition of their vitality; usually in radical heat, radical humidity, radical humour , radical moisture, radical sap. Now hist.”
She emailed to me after my talk at University of Sussex answering the Queer and Feminist Social Media Workshop’s Question: How can we understand the interconnections between radical art practices and cyberfeminisms?
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