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Below are the chapter summaries for my book project Elusive Presence: How Images Make Themselves. Preface ~ Eight Parables on How Images Makes Themselves Felt The book opens with eight short parables. Each is about a particular experience with an … Continue reading
I wish I could learn to read faster because there are so many good books coming out soon. Here is a list of some interesting titles I would love to have (except Massumi’s, I have it already because I did … Continue reading
My review of Nathaniel Stern‘s new book Interactive Art and Embodiment: The Implicit Body as Performance was published in Art Journal earlier this month. You can download the pdf of the article from Taylor and Francis (unfortunately there is a … Continue reading
Please look at the menu bar of this blog for a moment. You will (hopefully) notice the new “Future Projects” page, which give descriptions of my three current projects. Two of these projects have more detailed sub-pages. Please feel free … Continue reading
Duke University Press will be publishing two new books by Brian Massumi later this year, the first is titled What Animals Teach Us About Politics and the second is titled The Power at the End of the Economy. I recently … Continue reading
Below is a call for papers from the Fibreculture Journal’s 23rd issue on “Creative Robotics.” Enjoy! Call For Papers 2014: Creative Robotics (PDF) http://fibreculturejournal.org/ http://fibreculturejournal.org/cfp_creative_robotics/ —– Please note that for this issue, initial submissions should be abstracts only Editors: Petra Gemeinboeck, … Continue reading
I recently sent this call for papers . I am considering applying myself. Enjoy! Call For Papers Intersections 2014: Thinking|Feeling March 14-15, 2014, York & Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada Keynote by Jasbir K. Puar Submissions Deadline: December 21, 2013 How do … Continue reading
There is a great interview with Adrian Ivakhiv on Society and Space – Environment Planning D where he discusses his new book Ecologies of the Moving Image: Cinema, Affects, Nature and more. Enjoy!
The Getty Museum earlier this year posted the video of a public conversation Robert Irwin and Lawrence Weschler had in 2008 that coincided with the launch of the then newly expanded version of Wechler’s book on Irwin called Seeing Is Forgetting … Continue reading
I recently found the video below of Brian Massumi presenting his concept of perception attack.