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Deleuze and the Fold: A Critical Reader pdf

Deleuze and the Fold: A Critical Reader pdf

Deleuze and the Fold: A Critical Reader by Sjoerd van Tuinen, Niamh McDonnell

Deleuze and the Fold: A Critical Reader



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Deleuze and the Fold: A Critical Reader Sjoerd van Tuinen, Niamh McDonnell ebook
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Not as masks, but as refrains, chords harmonizing in a self-contemplating, spontaneous song of joy. Perhaps the difference is tiny enough, and ever You're riffing, right, isn't that the tacit self-joke? [5] Briefly, though, we can note here that through their critical dismantling of canonical works, the interventional, viral poetics of Mac Low and Cage – along with work by William Burroughs, Kathy Acker, Susan Howe, Vito Acconci, Antoine Deleuze's important reading of Italian playwright Carmelo Bene, “One Manifesto Less,” provides a highly suggestive exposition of stuttering as a species of intertextual praxis or performativity, and one that can usefully illuminate Bergvall's poem. Following Maimon's critique, which we mentioned above, Difference and Repetition produces a two-fold shift from the Kantian project of providing the universal and necessary conditions for possible experience. Massumi alludes to Deleuze's folded subject when talking about self-reflection: “Conscious reflection is a doubling over of the idea on itself, a self-recursion of the idea that enwraps the affection or impingement, at two removes.” (2006: Guattari , Pierre-Felix. By Paul Patton (Oxford: Blackwell) pp. I know you too well Joe, because much of what I've said eludes (perhaps) a standard critical reading. A critical reader has recently been released and I will report on it when I receive a copy. Playing Deleuze, Guattari, Serres, Derrida, etc. God is tucked behind innumerable folds, joyously obscured by the interweaving, patchwork garments of the messengers. 'The Autonomy of Affect', Deleuze: A Critical Reader. Home · Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari · The Art Therapy Assemblage pressure this is not a weakness; for 'an object that gives in is actually stronger than one that resists, because it also permits the opportunity to be oneself in a new way' ( Pennina Barnett, “Folds, Fragments, Surfaces: Towards a Poetics of Cloth in Jessica Hemmings (editor) The Textile Reader and Max Kozloff, “The Poetics of Softness” in Remderings, Critical Essays on a Century of Modern Art). By Gary Genosko (Oxford: Blackwell Publishers).

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