Monthly Archives: September 2011
“Simply to comprehend the new areas of subject-matter imposes a new dramatic and theatrical form. Can we speak of money in the form of iambics? ‘The Mark, first quoted yesterday at 50 dollars, now beyond 100, soon may rise, etc.’ … Continue reading
Further reflections on Godard, Rancière, Badiou, money, militancy and pedagogy here.
[Adhering to a rather rigid psychogeographical formula, the following pairs passages from Walter Benjamin’s Berlin Childhood around 1900 with photographs of their now displaced or disappeared sites, found with the help of a city map from 1900 – more an exercise … Continue reading
Years ago when I was studying the ways of the Chicago Wheat Exchange I suddenly grasped how they managed the whole world’s wheat there And yet I did not grasp it either and lowered the book I knew at once: … Continue reading
“We gain our knowledge of life in a catastrophic form. It is from catastrophes that we have to infer the manner in which our social formation functions. Through reflection, we must deduce the ‘inside story’ of crises, depressions, revolutions, and … Continue reading