Graham Harman: The Object Smasher; or, the rhetorics of rubble (via Dark Chemistry)

Here is another nice post from Dark Chemistry on Graham Harman as smasher of objects, which he opens with a fine quote from one of my articles on Artaud, Deleuze, will to nothingness and literature. life span of a full moon. Related Articles Standing On The Corner: Reality Bites (echovar.com) Books of the decade in ecocultural … Continue reading Graham Harman: The Object Smasher; or, the rhetorics of rubble (via Dark Chemistry)

The Projection-Introjection Mechanism in Jack Kerouac’s The Subterraneans

The consequences of projection of fantasies onto the Real can be clearly observed in Kerouac’s The Subterraneans, which was quite a subversive book in its time, carrying Kerouac quite high up the cultural ladder, and in Burroughsian terms “causing thousands of Levi’s sold”. In The Subterraneans we see Jack Kerouac’s persona Leo oscillating between attraction … Continue reading The Projection-Introjection Mechanism in Jack Kerouac’s The Subterraneans