Monthly Archives: November 2014

Text fragment from a work in progress

In the face of the structuralization of things through evolving modelization, we must speak, as Guattari once did, of metamodels, interactive designs and representations of present, everyday systems that do not seek to control, but to unleash collective powers, human … Continue reading

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Proposals for S_Z study group?

Originally posted on synthetic zerø:
Last week Arran James proposed a reading group involving people interested in anarchism and speculative theory. I like the idea of asking activists and other politically inclined para-academics to spend some time checking worldviews against…

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Speculative Anarchism

Originally posted on attempts at living:
“There are, you see, two ways of reading a book: you either see it as a box with something inside and start looking for what it signifies, and then if you’re even more perverse…

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Conversation with Benjamin H. Bratton and Metahaven–The Black Stack

If anyone has any problem loading the video, it can be viewed here.

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The Poet and the Assassin: Control and Cosmos in “A Thousand Plateaus”

The two volumes of Capitalism and Schizophrenia have been read many ways: a critique of psychoanalysis, an exercise in nomadic thought, a foreshadow of chaos theory and the sciences of complexity, holistic texts packed with hermetic encoding. Anti-Oedipus in particular … Continue reading

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The Conditions of Post-Postmodernity

Note: In each triad, the first figure represents modernism, the second figure postmodernism, and the third the woefully tacky-sounding post-postmodernism. It should be noted that just as postmodernism emerged from within modernism while also against it, maintaining a balance between … Continue reading

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An Information Guerrilla Reader

To continue the thread began in The Posthuman and the Information Guerrilla and followed in Informatic Guerrilla Warfare, the DIU presents “An Information Guerrilla Reader”, a somewhat haphazard text-dump that will elucidate some aspects of what this figure could look like, while … Continue reading

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