New comic interpreting choice passages from Deleuze and Guattari’s text A Thousand Plateaus.
Gilles Deleuze (1925-1995), philosophe français,
chez lui. Paris, juillet 1988. Photographies de Bruno de Monès.
The use of the prefix ‘post’ in philosophy is far more fortunate than the use of the prefix ‘non’ –in the case of Laruelle– and the prefix ‘anti’ –in the case of Badiou– . (more…)
I read about half of this yesterday. I, Little Asylum by Emmanuelle Guattari. Publisher Semiotext(e)/MIT’s blurb:
A moment later, Lacan is chattering with me, and giving me some crayons to draw with.
—from I, Little Asylum
Founded in 1951 and renowned in the world of psychiatry, the experimental psychiatric clinic of La Borde sought to break with the traditional internment of the mentally ill…
Yesterday I had two reasons to celebrate Simon O’Sullivan’s article The missing subject of accelerationism, which is more like a large hyper-referential review of the #Accelerate Reader, just recently published in Mute Magazine. (more…)
About a week ago while I was revising Benjamin Noys’ comment on my post about molecular acceleration [here] i.e, thinking about his reluctance to assimilate acceleration from the viewpoint of the production of intensities, it came to my mind Félix Guattari’s Les défoncés machiniques, translated in English as Machinic Junkies, which is an article that I keep close to my chest (more…)
Speaking about dreams, my last postdetonated again a certain sense of nostalgia that comes to me from time to time. This sense of nostalgia is referred to a very difficult period of my life, when I used to dream, with an unexpected regularity, two types of dreams: these dreams started to be very recurrent in that epoch, and each type was shaped by a variety of lucid dreams that retained the same…