Absolute Madness

Walking Project

An Autonomous chemical weapon belonging to earth as both a sentient entity and an event. Petroleum poisons Capital with absolute madness, a planetary plague bleeding into economies mobilized by the technological singularities of advanced civilizations. In the wake of oil as an autonomous terrestrial conspirator, capitalism is not a human symptom but rather a planetary… Continue reading Absolute Madness

REFUSE TO NARRATE

Frankfurt, June 2016

REFUSE TO NARRATE BORED BY PLOT INFORMED BY ABSENCES WHAT IS LEFT OUT, SCRATCHED OUT PROGRESS BY: REPETITION REVISION ERASURE — Janet Malcolm on the Work of David Salle

Pick Any Color

Heidelberg, March 2016

– I’d like a can of paint. – Which color? – Blue. –Michelangelo Antonioni, L’Avventura

Thinking About A Lot Of Things

Last night I went to bed intending to think about a lot of things. And then I fell asleep. — Michelangelo Anotonioni, from L’Avventura

The Law of Space is Above Politics

Brodersen had awaited that line of attack. That was my own offhand example. Calm down. But okay, here `tis again. But tell us, Joelle. Navigation is yours, then, Langendijk said formally. Archer communicates secretly, with the secret connivance of the watchship captain in the Solar System- communicates secretly with his secret masters, who tell him… Continue reading The Law of Space is Above Politics

Das Auge

Das Fettauge schaut in den Himmel und weiß nichts von der Suppe.

The Bane of Men Moving

“Im noman, my name is noman” but Wanjina is, shall we say, Ouan Jin or the man with an education and whose mouth was removed by his father because he made too many things whereby cluttered the bushman’s baggage vide the expedition of Frobenius pupils about 1938 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++to Auss’ralia Ouan Jin spoke and thereby created… Continue reading The Bane of Men Moving

Move on from what exactly?

Nothing ever gets solved. We just get frustrated, or bored and tired, and eventually we just move on, leaving things without answers behind until the whole concept of answers becomes dubious. What to answer? What to question? Move on from what exactlly?