My anti-book contribution to the Bangkok Art Book Fair with Ron Hanson. Much enjoyed our conversation.… https://t.co/lDXKIpFwlB
Presenting what he terms “a communism of textual matter,” Nicholas Thoburn explores the encounter between political thought and experimental writing and publishing. He takes a “post-digital” approach to a wide array of textual media forms, inviting us to challenge the commodity form of books—to stop imagining books as transcendent intellectual, moral, and aesthetic goods unsullied by commerce.
@stolenpaper @mathildork Hey, I’m super enjoying what you’re doing and thinking with RPP. And @mathildork , happy t… https://t.co/NJ89xfNbti
"Proud to be Flesh: Diagrammatic Publishing in Mute Magazine" - chapter from my Anti-Book on experimental political… https://t.co/jU7jhnLC4b
@sazeracked @noctambulate @UMinnPress What a glorious un-volume - hold the anti-book line, ward off the artwork!
"Root, Fascicle, Rhizome: Forms and Passions of the Political Book" - chapter from my Anti-Book now free with… https://t.co/VJ4OHLQawv
"Communist Objects and Small Press Pamphlets" - chapter from my Anti-Book now free with @UMinnPress #openaccess pla… https://t.co/FGi2dvREfg
- rightsPortions of chapter 2 were published as “Communist Objects and the Values of Printed Matter,” Social Text 28, no. 2 (2010): 1–31; copyright 2010 Duke University Press; all rights reserved; reprinted by permission of the publisher, Duke University Press, http://www.dukeupress.edu. Portions of chapter 3 were published as “The Strangest Cult: Material Forms of the Political Book through Deleuze and Guattari,” Deleuze Studies 7, no. 1 (2013): 53–82. Portions of chapter 5 were published as “Ceci n’est pas un magazine: The Politics of Hybrid Media in Mute Magazine,” New Media and Society 14, no. 5 (2012): 815–31. Portions of chapter 6 were published as “To Conquer the Anonymous: Authorship and Myth in the Wu Ming Foundation,” Cultural Critique 78 (2011): 119–50.
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