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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
Almost a month ago I heard this excellent podcast conversation between Erin Manning and Léopold Lambert, who writes the blog The Funambulist. You can find the podcast here and a summary below. Enjoy! The multiplicity of mediums used by Erin … Continue reading
ANTHEM has posted two different conversations with Bruno Latour. You can watch them below. Enjoy!
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
Jian Ghomeshi, the host of the Canadian Broadcast Corporation’s (CBC) radio show Q, interviews Ai Weiwei on his limited ability to move within China (he can now leave Beijing but with secret police in tow), his use of the internet, … Continue reading
Last night I came across this interview between Brian Massumi and Mary Zournazi in which they discuss a wide selection of topics such as hope, affect, ethics, and political ecology. Here is some of what Massumi says: “Because it’s all … Continue reading