disturbative

disturbative

(dɪˈstɜːbətɪv)
adj
capable of disturbing
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The collective works of Altri Luoghi are disturbative and displacing: they drive--especially when confronting issues of a political and religious nature--toward desecration, toward derision, toward intrigue; they provoke contrasts, ruptures, corrosions; and they typically redirect the situation of a text used elsewhere (an "altro luogo," that is) in a detournement that draws from the physical locations of the readings.
Beyond its contexts, however, the disturbative character of Altri Luoghi's writing can also be found within, in its themes and imagery.
The high salt content in the liquid medium caused by the initial conditions of the experiment (composition of the nutrients) does not seem to be a very disturbative factor for these measurements.