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Deleuze, Francis Bacon, and Icosa

[The diagram] acts as a relay. We have seen that the diagram must remain localized, rather than covering the entire painting (as in expressionism), and that something must emerge from the diagram. – Deleuze, The Logic of Sensation The entire time … Continue reading

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Trying to Read Again: New Copies of Deleuze and Guattari

I’ve had my copies of Anti-Oedipus and A Thousand Plateaus for a long time. They’ve been paged through over and over again. I’ve read through them in high school (understanding nothing), college (understanding a little), and graduate school (understanding a little more). They’re still … Continue reading

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On 100% Complete

I stumbled on this neat little game called 100% Complete today. The basic gist is that you’re a little cube thing who has to reach a door to complete the game. It is very easy to reach the door — when you … Continue reading

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Ranciere on Life

I finished Jacques Ranciere’s newest book Aisthesis the other day, and I wanted to get a few notes out about the way that Ranciere thinks about the concept of life in the book. If you’re familiar with Ranciere (and if you’re not … Continue reading

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