[D-G] deleuze guattari
internet.petterson at gmail.com
Wed Jul 12 18:42:20 PDT 2017
it's because the sittings, and the manifestations of independent will,
are in close connection with the world which stands reported by the medias
(social & tv)
that's the sense, if i got it right, of guattari's call for a post-media
era: in such an era, the politicians
would become (gradually) conceptually creative, and that connects well for
deleuze pause as admiratorr of blanchot/mallarmé,
(blanchot was freaked out by 'politics', and got his aphasia from the ww2.
) instead of getting 'captured' by the tv box,
the mind of the organizers of sittings and autonomies, would become able to
let go, and not react to the tv cube. the scope
of attitude(s), gestures, activations, of the minds, would melt,
molecularize in a more subtler ways than those offered in time to the
of the moment of deleuze & guattari, like gramsci or negri, who came to
age of 'intellectualize'. that's perhaps your hope, to find in 'books' some
in that becoming. i think you should not separate the stuffs into one part
books, one part cyber. there are loads of tv presentators who fill
the libraries of shelves of at first glance 'depressive' developments,
potentially rich in consequences, which can be re-directed with enthusiasm
in the media sphere, and a zone of neighborhood, in the loads of
underground tacticians of cybertech, who code better than they write, and
got exploited for the skills of content and not expression.
imagine what would it be, if such one a coder, who could become the subject
of a tv reportage by of say bernard henry levy? what an interesting book to
write about such an immaculate event, both for the content and for the
expression?! i think the future of tech cyberology lies into that kind of
experimentation! let's not give up hope, or future! let them write this
book this 2017, it's the ripe moment, blanchot would say yeah.
2017-07-12 16:14 GMT+02:00 Mike Lansing <badger2 at mail2world.com>:
> There is a desperation for other horizons as books are now disappearing
> from library shelves to be replaced in cyberspace, though at a cost to
> subscribe. We do not think that there are any places to go such as was
> the spoons list say, in 1994 or so. Very little practical hands-on d&g
> that would prompt boycotts, temporary autonomous zones, etc.
> <-----Original Message----->
> >From: Johnatan Petterson [internet.petterson at gmail.com]
> >Sent: 7/9/2017 10:42:59 AM
> >To: deleuze-guattari at lists.driftline.org
> >Subject: Re: [D-G] deleuze guattari
> >i think it's so exciting to be able to write, to inscribe,
> >into the archives of spoon list.
> >yet i would not demise some interactivity aswell,
> >and so ask if one of the people subscribed to this current spoon,
> >could point me to ways to become registered user/followers of other
> >about the ATP writers?
> >it seems from hover over facebook, groups (but have them seen them
> >that users are either: 1)at university, in philosophy studies, and come
> >into contact with dg in the course of their acadamic dense careering.
> >2)artists with a silicon-grass root left wing or anarchist left wing
> >leaning, and care for dg detailed concepts to document their
> >of social and political movements.
> >the second group is more heterogenous. but the rhizome tend to implode
> >rather than grow, i'd say.
> >do you have access to other Horizons?
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