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25th July 2014

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v quiet, what is this, friday night

25th July 2014

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The world’s tallest slum—a “pirate utopia”—is being cleared by the Venezuelan government →

motherfuckers

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now i’m suspicious that that writer deliberately omitted in order to provoke

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Like yeah good approach that, I’ve got a reader on it. It’s called The Spectralities Reader; Agamben’s at 98n 7, 99n 21, 211, 221, 236. Please how is this not ~just a fresh pustule of that~ to the extent that the dude feels the need to not fucking mention it.

Tagged: talk about erasurefake novelty

25th July 2014

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actionbookspress:

Michael Martin Shea writes, "Like my dad always says, ‘There’s more than one way to necropastoral.’ And if we can think of the necropastoral as a mode of reading, (Joyelle calls it a ‘reframing’), then it follows that, like any critical praxis, there are theoretical underpinnings, forerunners, sleeper-ideas that prefigure and inform the current moment. The ones who furnished the war-room with all these fancy snacks. The most obvious, of course, is Raymond Williams’ The Country and The City, but I’m more interested in the work of Giorgio Agamben and his theorization on the state of exception.”[Click] to continue readingMichael Martin Shea is a poet and 2014 Fulbright Fellow to Argentina. His research interests include ecopoetics, political theory, Latin American poetry, and contemporary American avant-gardes. This essay is part of a larger project that attempts to historicize the Necropastoral, both philosophically and aesthetically. He lives in Las Vegas, Nevada.

http://www.poetryfoundation.org/harriet/2014/04/what-is-the-necropastoral/
this an extension of hauntology, arguably
“a strange meetingplace for the poet and death, or  for the dead to meet the dead, or for the seemingly singular-bodied human to be revealed as part of an inhuman multiple body”
“The Necropastoral is also, then, a method of reading for resemblances, for uncanny channels and doubles which leap across the supposed sureties of national and linguistic and formal boundaries and break literature’s affirmative and humanist contract, exhibiting obscene and impolite qualities and pouring out illimitable occult energies. This raw and uncanny energy is the revolutionary force of the Necropastoral , shed in bursts and bouts which are their own spectacular political event, not yet refashioned as utility, a maximal aesthetic expenditure. Even in works which do not have an overtly ecological focus, the outlaying of a distressed and metastasized aesthetic field which forces up motifs and affects and spectacular mutant growths for the sake of bringing into aesthetic immanence a suppressed political event is the signature of the Necropastoral.”
upfront ghost talk not fashionable any more huh. this is a tradition already, did someone wreck it, is it acknowledged

actionbookspress:

Michael Martin Shea writes, "Like my dad always says, ‘There’s more than one way to necropastoral.’ And if we can think of the necropastoral as a mode of reading, (Joyelle calls it a ‘reframing’), then it follows that, like any critical praxis, there are theoretical underpinnings, forerunners, sleeper-ideas that prefigure and inform the current moment. The ones who furnished the war-room with all these fancy snacks. The most obvious, of course, is Raymond Williams’ The Country and The City, but I’m more interested in the work of Giorgio Agamben and his theorization on the state of exception.”

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Michael Martin Shea is a poet and 2014 Fulbright Fellow to Argentina. His research interests include ecopoetics, political theory, Latin American poetry, and contemporary American avant-gardes. This essay is part of a larger project that attempts to historicize the Necropastoral, both philosophically and aesthetically. He lives in Las Vegas, Nevada.

http://www.poetryfoundation.org/harriet/2014/04/what-is-the-necropastoral/

this an extension of hauntology, arguably

a strange meetingplace for the poet and death, or  for the dead to meet the dead, or for the seemingly singular-bodied human to be revealed as part of an inhuman multiple body”

The Necropastoral is also, then, a method of reading for resemblances, for uncanny channels and doubles which leap across the supposed sureties of national and linguistic and formal boundaries and break literature’s affirmative and humanist contract, exhibiting obscene and impolite qualities and pouring out illimitable occult energies. This raw and uncanny energy is the revolutionary force of the Necropastoral , shed in bursts and bouts which are their own spectacular political event, not yet refashioned as utility, a maximal aesthetic expenditure. Even in works which do not have an overtly ecological focus, the outlaying of a distressed and metastasized aesthetic field which forces up motifs and affects and spectacular mutant growths for the sake of bringing into aesthetic immanence a suppressed political event is the signature of the Necropastoral.”

upfront ghost talk not fashionable any more huh. this is a tradition already, did someone wreck it, is it acknowledged

Tagged: hauntologyghost living

25th July 2014

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serriform:

don’t unfollow but something went wrong during routine beard maintenance.

i have been thinking and saying BEARD APPOINTMENT for the past day and a half. “BEARD APPOINTMENT” is now four years old
BEARD APPOINTMENT 9:00

BEARD APPOINTMENT

https://flic.kr/p/8tyuP3

#hijacked

if what went wrong is that you’ve cut your jugular better glue it up and fast

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Tagged: presentbirdsspecial birds

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Izumi Kato, Untitled, 2012, 160 x 130.3 cm, oil on canvas, Photo : Ikuhiro Watanabe, ©2012 Izumi Kato, courtesy of the artist

iheartmyart:

Izumi Kato, Untitled, 2012, 160 x 130.3 cm, oil on canvas, Photo : Ikuhiro Watanabe, ©2012 Izumi Kato, courtesy of the artist

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thats it im changing my fb religion to animist

25th July 2014

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Shilpa Gupta

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Shilpa Gupta

25th July 2014

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recent developments

fewer religious inspired paintings, more painting inspired by blade runner

we need less enjoyment, and firmer hegemony.
exactly: more us etc and less them.