The Grammar of Barbarians

In Ankyloglossia (n. tongue-tie) - Emma Waltraud Howes, Berlin: K Verlag, 2014.

I. Dusty Esperanto As an orifice of nourishment, an outlet of love, a spout for malady, and a chamber of expression, the mouth conjoins us with the animal kingdom like other creatures that feast, lick their pups, purge infection and [...]

Reorientate, Eccentricate, Speculate, Fictionalize, Geometricize, Commonize, Abstractify: Seven Prescriptions for Accelerationism

In #ACCELERATE: The Accelerationist Reader, eds. R. Mackay and A. Avanessian, Berlin/London: Urbanomic and Merve Verlag, 2014

3. Speculate Commitment to an eccentric future untethered from the existent axial pull of socio-economic or climactic apocalypse cannot be nostalgic, nor based solely on the dread of impending doom. To depart, as the manifesto does, from a fearful threat [...]

Diagramming the Common

A lecture with diagrammes given at KunstAllmend (Artistic Commons) Symposium at Dampfzentrale, Bern, CH. Initiated by Nicolas Y Galeazzi, 2014.

To enact the common, to fabulate a territory for the practicing of forms of life afforded by commoning, can come by no other way than by reengineering the value-form. In a period where we have been inhabiting the ongoing and [...]

Logic and Fiction: Notes on Finance and the Power of Recursivity

In The Psychopathologies of Cognitive Capitalism Part Two, ed. W. Neidich, Berlin: Archive Books, 2014

“We have to create the real possibility of our fiction, certainly. Create the real possibility of our fiction which is a generic fiction in a new form, the new localisation is probably a question of a new political courage.”(1) – [...]

Glitches in Orality and the Stakes of Semantics: A Conversation with Jodi Dean

C Magazine v.120, December 2013

In your monograph Blog Theory: Feedback and Capture in the Circuits of Drive, you deploy the medium of the blog to address the general cultural condition set in motion as a result of our everyday participation in networked communications. The [...]

Sentences on Drifting

continent. Issue 3.2, 2013

1. To drift is to be propelled by currents. 2. Sentences are textual currents. 3. To drift is to be compelled with currents. 4. To be compelled is to be overcome by some force. 5. To be overcome by some [...]

Who told you so?! – The Collective Story vs. The Individual Narrative

(book) Onomatopee, 2013

With the heroic hands of the people / Compatriots, let’s show erect our / Forehead, proud of today for / The history of an entire people / Our fathers, the people, valiant and bold / At the virile protest of [...]

Speculative Tate

Talk at Tate Britain (London) under the Speculative Tate series organised by James Trafford. Panel on Escape Strategies, together with Alex Williams & Ben Singleton. October 15, 2014 | 4-6pm.

Morphing Castalia | Glass Bead

Workshop and evening public programmes at Les Laboratoires d’Aubervilliers organised by Glass Bead, Paris Sept.29-Oct. 4, 2014.

Review: The Part in the Story…

Adam Rompel’s review on The Part in the Story…exhibition at Witte de With on Daily Serving

Panel Discussion: Emancipating the Concept of Freedom

July 11 19:00 at Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin with Armen Avanessian, Ray Brassier, Anke Hennig, Ben Singleton, Pete Wolfendale, Christopher Thomas and Patricia Reed

Book Launch and Discussion

#ACCELERATE book launch at Pro QM, Berlin, June 30 20:30, with A. Avanessian, R. Mackay, A. Williams, S. Shaviro.

AIR Berlin Salon

Presentation of Verses of a Nameless Land at AIR Berlin Alexanderplatz, organized by Delphine Bedel, June 23 at 20:00.

Conversation with Remco Torenbosch

Saturday, June 14 at 19:00 at Motto Books Berlin on the occasion of Remco’s Book Launch European Contextualising

Inclinations #12

Ana Teixeira Pinto speaking at Inclinations #12, Or Gallery Berlin | The Pigeon in the Machine | June 10, 7:30pm.

Psychopathologies of CogCap – Now Released!

New text in the The Psychopathologies of Cognitive Capitalism Part II, published by Archive Books, now out!

#ACCELERATE – Now Released

New text in the Accelerationist Reader, published by Urbanomic now out – enjoy it with the hot sauce!