A personal take on French Theory by one of the people who invented it
A blend of theory and stories from an extraordinary life by one of the leading cultural figures of the second half of the twentieth century and early twenty-first
How arts perform human rights and how aesthetic engagements with human rights violations testify to art’s capacity to create alternate worlds.
“I’ve heard the silent cries that filled the air, the reticence of the sirens when Odysseus, mast-bound, sailed past. Hark!”
Media divide and connect simultaneously: they act as intermediaries between otherwise disconnected entities.
Anarchism is about the possibility of a crowd becoming smarter.
Why is an object, an artwork, or a person deemed “exotic”?
This tongue between four gums,
this meat between two knees,
this piece of hole
Data could have been structured in a new way—or not…
DIAPHANES 8/9 fragt nach den eigentümlichen Schleifen reproduzierter Gegenwart, dem Integral zirkulärer Ich-Effekte, der anderen Seite des sozialen Möbiusbands.
DIAPHANES 8/9 looks into curious loops of reproduced present, the integral of circular I-effects, the other side of the social Möbius strip.
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