Tag: deleuze

One or Many Gombrowicz’s?

1999-01-01

On twentieth-century Poland’s leading author.

Two Gestures, While Waiting for a Third

2003-11-15

Juggling economies and unknotting threads, Victor Vitanza pulls back to drop the curtain, theoretically, on The Politics of Information.

Tillman's Turbulent Thinking

2010-12-05

Eric Dean Rasmussen explores Lynne Tillman’s “cognitive aesthetic,” suggesting that her work is powered by the generative disconnect between asignifying affect and signifying emotion. He argues that her 1998 novel, No Lease on Life, examines the role of affectively sustained universal values in responding politically to the neoliberal city.

Saving the Past: Deleuze's Proust and Signs

2007-09-30

Stephen Hawkins engages with the “web of counterintuitive, paradoxical, contentious and yet important claims” that he identifies in
Gilles Deleuze’s Proust and Signs.

SURFACE TO SURFACE, ASHES TO ASHES (REPORTING TO U)

2007-05-09

Linda Marie Walker writes an involved meditation on the concept of the interface and its relation to place.

Geek Love Is All You Need

2007-05-14

Steven Shaviro reviews Shelley Jackson’s Half Life, the first print-based novel by a pioneering hypertextualist.

Vectoral Muscle in a Great Field of Process

2004-08-17

Yves Abrioux approaches Woman and Men (1987) as an extended novelistic medition on cognition and action.

Mister Squishy, c'est moi: David Foster Wallace's Oblivion

2004-10-18

Kiki Benzon on narrative ecology and the “fradulence paradox” of Oblivion.

Fingering Prefiguring

2004-05-02

Alex Reid examines a cross-section of essays in Prefiguring Cyberculture, a work that historicizes the future as neither alarmist nor utopian.

Confronting Chaos

2004-02-19

Joseph Tabbi reviews Joe Conte’s Design and Debris and gauges the argument for chaotics-as-aesthetics across media.

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