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Kenneth Goldsmith talks about Modernism and the digital, challenging and unchallenging literature, appropriation literary communism and what he calls his “third act”.

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María Salgado talks about low-tech poetry, spoken text, writing and orality, drugs, and the productive tension between expressions used on the streets and those stored in books.

SPECIALS

Things that are more than things: frozen embodiments of social relations, petrifications of desires and energies, replicas disguised as everyday objects. We speak with Hito Steyerl, Helen Hester and Roula Partheniou of these and other ideas. Because things are never quite the way they seem.

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Yayo Herrero talks about different forms of ecofeminsim and t the importance of reproductive work and the need to find new patterns of social and institutional co-responsibility.

CURATORIAL

Chris Cutler traces the immense impact Indian instruments and aesthetics had on both thinking and playing, across all forms of western music from Messiaen and La Monte Young to John Coltrane and the Beatles.

RESEARCH

Can we think through listening? Seth-Kim Cohen, Christoph Cox, Julian Henriques, Casey O’Callaghan, Peter Szendy and Salomé Voegelin discuss why thinking should not be at odds with resonating...

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Toni Serra/Abu Ali talks about trance, light, shadows, transitions, conditions of life and possibility, about seeing and concealing, about dreaming and unlearning. And about plants, of course.

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Georges Didi-Huberman talks about the problems regarding the way in which we see and interpret images.

CURATORIAL

As music moved from eye to ear following the invention of the phonograph, composers began to listen to the notes between the lines and spaces.

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Interview with writer, teacher and theorist Mark Fisher about crisis, insurrection and Really Existing Capitalism.

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