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Interesting links: June 2015

Regarding climate change, June 2015 is about Pope Francis’ encyclical – see articles in The New York Times, The New York Review of Books… 520 more words

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sorting the entanglement of assemblages and networks

I was fortunate enough to participate in the RSA Summer Institute, taking the New Materialisms workshop with Thomas Rickert and Byron Hawk. The company and conversation were extremely generative, both for my own developing project(s) and bringing new perspective to theory in the readings. 1,520 more words

Wunderkabinett Of Curiosities

How do we compose a common world?

I’ve joined the AIME group. Excited to see how the ideas I come across there can be translated into artistic explorations.

Climate Change and Communicative Capitalism (1): "Too big to be felt"

Climate change is, in the words of Timothy Morton, a “hyperobject,” a phenomena too big and too complex to be seen or felt from the standpoint of any solitary human subject — in other words, an object that stretches the very limits of what it means to be a phenomena, a phenomena for which there is no phenomenology [1]. 603 more words

Bruno Latour

BRUNO LATOUR: REASSEMBLING THE POLITICAL, BY GRAHAM HARMAN

Will the real objects of politics please stand up?

by Adrian Ivakhiv

Excerpted by permission.   Keep reading at Global Discourse: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Current Affairs and Applied Contemporary Thought… 688 more words

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Speculation on Objects in Art

Between myself as an artist (subject) and the work of art (object) the bifurcation fuses each and in the other entangled together in a plane of being, as a collectivity. 744 more words

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