Category Archives: Art against Homogeneity

The Ethico-Aesthetic Paradigm: Tribal Assemblages and Space Rock

Here is a transcript of the talk I delivered at the Royal Academy for the GSK Contemporaries. The evening was titled Psychosomatic Acid Test and hosted by Mark Titchner. My mini-lecture preceded a Hawkwind tribute band, Evel Gazebo, who played … Continue reading

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Godard’s Two or Three Things I Know About Her: Art Against Homogeneity

There’s a key scene in Godard’s Two or Three Things I Know About Her (Deux ou Trois Choses que je Sais D’Elle 1967), a quiet moment of contemplation that takes place in a café amongst the rapid transformation of Paris … Continue reading

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