'Let's Amplify Unspeakable Things' is an online platform of exploration and research, regarding female voices in public and their amplification. It creates a space for excluded voices to be explored, that questions the establishment of authoritative voices — which construct exclusive speech platforms and binaries, along the assumption that voices have to be rational in public dialogues. It includes a set of podcasts that revisit and overlay an archive of audio recordings, produced in situated workshops and soundwalks, and media sources from a body of research. The project is based on the concept that amplification can provide presence through repetition and multiplication, as the structure of the workshops and the website reveals. The project itself is a process of feedback and iteration of actions, throughout a period of four months, situated around the space of Leeszaal and hub.xpub.nl.
Angeliki Diakrousi (n, 1990, GR) is an artist and researcher, and currently an Onassis Scholar. Her research focuses on politics and structures of art, architecture, technology and their infusion into public spheres.