[D-G] Taltli & Khacha
sylvia_jenepi at brokenvessels.xyz
Fri Mar 2 11:02:37 PST 2018
Hi Mike, please do send Japanese 'alpha-baith' to orbital flat surface
,everyone can line up,
even everyone against Sylvia Jenepi, why not? we won't retaliate, i pledge
and send the Chinese syllabary images/graphs : on
https://orbitalflatsurface.xyz/ because, nobody understands what we are
talking about, yet so far..
De : Deleuze-Guattari [mailto:deleuze-guattari-bounces at lists.driftline.org]
De la part de Mike Lansing
Envoyé : dimanche 25 février 2018 01:40
À : deleuze-guattari at lists.driftline.org
Objet : Re: [D-G] Taltli & Khacha
If you cannot see to it (still) that the URL is functional, Mike will
begin to use a new Japanese alphabet that he is developing against you,
just as he wishes to use it against the (dipshit) Chinese for making
the prisoners use a syllabary.
Suggested reading: Guattari, Escaping from Language.
>From: Sylvia Jenepi [sylvia_jenepi at brokenvessels.xyz]
>Sent: 2/22/2018 5:37:05 PM
>To: deleuze-guattari at lists.driftline.org
>Subject: Re: [D-G] Taltli & Khacha
>may-be it's because we're also a painter, inhabited (and so pleased by
>profuse uses of color) by digital high saturations in colors, that i
>prisoners of so many black and white boards, to get into the
>past beyond the metaphor, the permutation of colors, and use a text
>software shouldst they wish to see black and white, when working on
>to write, or read.
>so, i think it's not a big problem, according to the jimini cricket
>i am a bit more concerned by the nature of your metaphor: what if
>more than five people here , interested
>to continue this deleuze - guattari mailing list in the future on the
>instead than on facebook meme groups and drift-lines. ?
>i 'd be very enthusiast, if prisoners/visitors/guards/- should for
>propose new sub-sections (ideas) to our new forum..
>any suggestion would be taken with humour and seriousness alike by
>that's the interest to create a community as a rhizome from drift-line.
>that'd be a joy, and could attract people from other universes.
>(ps) i have taken some speed from my editors (or say, publishers), but
>try to add a link as come later a smart-guess-preview
>pdf of some first pages of the book. it's a magic live dead book, the
>inks are perfect, very deep, and the drawings intermingle i am
>the essay, each different,
>a -20 years of work- book, for a single 160 pages, hey, that's lot
>concentration of work (in image but i pledge in text as well, in
English & in
>French it slays) more work
>than atp i'd reckon', so please bookmark anon the amazon page, and get
>copy, i browse it in the morning, on night time,
>(28? it sells like, 35$) when you have seen the smart-previews soon
>on amazon says amazon.
>in English spoken countries, i thus have no other distribution but the
>amazon.co.uk online store, which i know is
>industrial, and ' sensually wrong' but as i work in French and the
>Phoenician countries, the book is sensually correct,
>i have no much other contacts than such a drift-list or orbital flat
>to get my writing going, and
>paintings known in the big-big world via such as an online
>and an ugly advertising promo such as the present one obviously is
>i am wondering though, and share my questions: if you would pay 35$,
>you see the preview of the
>first pages. my idea was that it could be an art collector work.
>(because each drawing is so singular, also one each from the other,
>to text, essays, articulations, jointures and bones)
>but the texts are related to deleuze and guattari, or may-be not, but
>they come related to the intellectual/technological/abstract machine
>absorbed their work,
>and the ones of (some of) their contemporaneous and daughters&sons
>so i think it could well become soon an interesting book in the future.
>should you spend 35$ or wait for it to come in the Idaho or Alabama
>Public Library in the years 2030? difficult to tell.
>that raises the question of the audience. gilles deleuze talks about
>building a 'transversal audience' in Proust & signs.
>so, what could be the transversal audience of such a book:
>('Geography of the Constructed Mind' is the English name while,
>'Géométrie de la Constellation Rêvée' is the French name)
>- quite well off, the cosmopolitan wealthy art collectors ?
>- yeah, designers in the cinema industry (the producers, the
>td's animation engineers, from Hollywood, but also CineCita, ?)
>- and what concerns the circle of friends: the poor intellectual
>schizophrenics, is this a cliché in the fight against the label of
>the essence of cliché? the abstract machine of
>political and metaphysical and ethical and aesthetical abstract
>friends of dg ? the connectors of Universes Incorporeal, some currents
>speaking to each one, the exhibition: a meeting place of such spoken
>- hopefully some new kind of writer, mixing and differentiating,
>artistic mediums of expression, i'd not say
>new kind of readers, that 'd be somehow pretentious, false.
>but how about spending 35$, when you can easily get a cheaper copy of
>(it's a question, my subjective partisan side as creator of (the)
>affecting my understanding,
>arousing a question like that!) -
>Your orbital flat surface features pink and off-white lettering on a
>background. As far as I am concerned, this is not a workable color
>reading. It may work well for a strictly write-only forum, with
>An astonishingly dipshit URL for addiction to screenal space. If you
>> and < out of it, it might work so that the prisoners can see the
><< ok, ty !! >>
>Not exactly a meme. a book what!! Yet a typical post-deleuze-&-guattari
>cinema littéraire, in French and English, about Artificial
>how it relates with Toynbee's Monads, Universes of Values: their
>connections by Paintings and Cinema, Utopia.
>+ a new forum https://orbitalflatsurface.xyz/ if you want to take the
>time discussions around those themes, themes like memes, and much and
>more !!! - rdv in Brussels for the exhibition -
>https://www.facebook.com/dewey.dell.5 << if you only want to see, to
>the Invitation <<
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