Tag Archives: Event

Elusive Presence – First Update

Using Stuart Elden’s format for sharing the progress made during the writing of his current book project, I will be sharing updates on my book project Elusive Presence: How Images Make Themselves Felt every month or more. My plan is … Continue reading

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Recent and Forthcoming Books of Interest

There has been many new books I have received or would love to get my hands on in the coming months that have just been recently published or are forthcoming. Here is a list below of some I am interested … Continue reading

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Future Projects Page Now Up

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

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Later This Year, Two New Books by Brian Massumi

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

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Fuller on Forgetting OOO

Glen Fuller on his Event Mechanics blog has posted a sequel to his excellent post called “Forget OOO.” In the original post he convincingly writes about the pitfalls of Object-Oriented Ontology (OOO) when compared and contrasted to the work of … Continue reading

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Timeforms and #Research-Creation

Back in September I participated in the research-creation workshop called Time Forms: Temporalities of Aesthetic Experience at McGill University in Montréal. I only had time to take in one of the activities, “The Acceleration Tour,” which I will write about … Continue reading

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Compiling an Index: More-than Names and Nouns

Last year Erin Manning hired me to compile the index for her now recently published book Always More Than One: Individuation’s Dance. (You can find a preview section of the book here.) I had never made an index for a … Continue reading

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Massumi & Manning: on developing LabSense

Originally posted on ANTHEM:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R8V5h7ilI6I Of Minds and Magnets: Using the Erin Manning project “Folds to Infinity” as described in the SubStance article “Fiery, Luminous, Scary,” this roundtable will explore the interdisciplinary setting of knowledge production. The Massumi/Manning Sense Lab…

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The Pacific Garbage Patch: An Accumulation of Accidents

I found this paper I presented three years ago at Performance Studies International 15 on my hard drive about the nonhuman performance the Pacific Ocean has been conducting for decades we call the Pacific Garbage Patch. After reading again, I am … Continue reading

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Gifford Lectures: Bruno Latour’s “Facing Gaia: A New Inquiry into Natural Religion”

I am delighted to post that The University of Edinburgh released the abstracts for the Feburary 2013 Gifford Lectures to be presented by Bruno Latour, professor at Sciences Po, Paris. They will take place at St Cecilia’s Hall, Cowgate, Edinburgh from February 18 … Continue reading

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