To honor the final year of my thirties as well as the recent publication of my constraint-based Faulkner-inspired memoir, AS I STAND LIVING, which chronicles the year I became a father, I’m going to document my various sources of media input each week: art, literature, music, movies, television, and so on. New updates every Monday until I turn forty (March 19, 2018).
“Godard’s acerbic farewell to the world of commercial cinema and the bourgeois society it buttresses, Weekend announced the void. No statement of the director’s intentions could have been more definitive than the title cards closing the film.” — Daniel Fairfax on WEEKEND
Hayden White making me puke with lines like, “Narrative is a metacode, a human universal on the basis of which transcultural messages about the nature of a shared reality can be transmitted.”
Much more interested in reading Hilton Als, especially this recent interview where he says,”I don’t really understand what I’ve said until I’ve written it.”
Black Vomit WOLF EYES & ANTHONY BRAXTON (2005)
Stumbled across Cæmeron Crain’s essay “What is a Territory,”where he writes, “Deterritorialization…involves detaching a sign from its context of signification. It is a move toward nonsense.”
“The following essay is written in the conviction that anarchism, while perhaps not the most attractive political philosophy, is certainly excellent medicine for epistemology, and for the philosophy of science.” Paul Feyerabend’s Against Method: Outline of an Anarchist Theory of Knowledge.
Co)))ltrane is a set of mashups of Sunn O))) and John Coltrane tracks.