Tag: deleuze

Deleuze and Guattari, Cognitive Science, and Feminist Visual Arts: Kiki Smith's Bodies Without Organs Without Bodies


Martin Rosenberg discusses Kiki Smith’s feminist visual art and cognitive science.

Academia, Inc.


Linda Brigham reviews Incorporations, the most recent collection from Zone Books.

Histories of the Present


Darren Tofts reviews a popularization by Marie O’Mahony and an auto-critique of cyberculture by Andrew Murphie and John Potts.

Attacked from Within


In the triad of Verso pamphlets on 9/11, Nick Spencer sees a convergence of postmodern critique (against the capitalist culture of postmodernity).

Manuel DeLanda's Art of Assembly


Aaron Pease reviews Manual DeLanda’s philosophy of the virtual.

Hollywood Nomadology?


Linda Brigham offers a Deleuzean take on Independence Day.

Re-Clearing the Ground: A Response to Linda Brigham


Mark Hansen responds to Linda Brigham’s review of Embodying Technesis: Technology Beyond Writing.

The Medial Turn


Joseph Tabbi identifies a shift in U.S. criticism that has taken place in the eight years separating Susan Strehle’s Fiction in the Quantum Universe and John Johnston’s Information Multiplicity.

Further Notes From the Prison-House of Language


Linda Brigham works through Embodying Technesis by Mark Hansen.

"Thorowly" American: Susan Howe's Guide to Orienteering in the Adirondacks


Elisabeth Joyce reads Howe as a postfeminist Thoreau facing the dilemma that ‘to inhabit a wilderness is to destroy it.’