Members of the 'black bloc' or fictional characters in a film? In the 1 July copy of the German newspaper Taz one finds the statements of two leftist organizations – Campact and Interventionistische Linke – each of which expresses their desire to be distanced from anything seen as ‘criminal’, and especially anything that can be associated with … Continue reading The Black Bloc Which Was Not: Comments in the lead up to the Hamburg G20
Transcript of a short talk I gave @ b-books for the German book launch of Dark Deleuze in Berlin. Introductory Remarks The terms of escape, opacity, and indiscernibility are perhaps three of the most essential concepts that constitute the lexicon of Dark Deleuze; a lexicon that seeks to refute and replace the consensus of Deleuze as a thinker … Continue reading The Human Strike and The Politics of Escape
Marcel Sauvage, "Le Fin de Paris" (1932) The original post has been edited and re-published by some friends at Blind Field - A Journal of Cultural Inquiry. You can read the updated version here.
[...an excerpt from an essay on Deleuze, Godard, and control societies...] In 1987 Deleuze delivered a talk on the topic of the creative production of works of art; specifically regarding creative acts as engendered in cinema and their difference from other creative endeavors such as philosophy and science. In this lecture, Deleuze develops a framework … Continue reading Between Cinema & Philosophy