Monthly Archives: May 2016

Disappearing Subjects and Material Objects – Part II

As a child I tried to find out how to become invisible. Watching a fly and being unable to catch it, I tried to convince myself that if I could only move fast enough, I would be invisible. Invisible to the perception of a certain subject, of course—while objects would remain stable. Wouldn’t they? This […]
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Disappearing Subjects and Material Objects

As I am writing away on my dissertation, I stumbled across my old projects from the MSAAD days at Columbia. The question of the subject and the object, and how they are both constructed and made to disappear is central in my work. But usually that consists of words on pages. Here is a sampling […]
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Things that happen in the Margins of Academic CV’s (aka “Life”)

I haven’t written anything here in a long time. Over a year, to be precise, and while I have been online a lot (a LOT) during that year, I have spent most energy offline: life happened. And it is precisely here where where life happens: in the spaces for productivity that remain temporarily empty. The […]
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