Hans Holbein’s portrait The Body of the Dead Christ in the Tomb (from 1521, now in the Basel Kunstmuseum) is, Continue reading
The more we control, the more we are alienated from that which we control. This is the thesis of sociologist Continue reading
In the recent Anti-Hauntology debate Matt Bluemink and Matt Colquhoun discussed ways out of a current mode of culture that Continue reading
Mark Fisher and Anti-Hauntology In my previous article I claimed that recently departed artist/producer SOPHIE marked a significant shift in Continue reading
Last week the music community lost one of the most innovative artists and producers of the twenty-first century. Sophie, who Continue reading
Paul Klee’s Angelus Novus design is used by Benjamin as a metaphor to describe the link between progress and catastrophe.
In what follows we shall be questioning concerning memes. Our question is: what is the essence of the meme? According Continue reading
In mythology, autochthones (from Ancient Greek αὐτός “self,” and χθών “soil”; i.e. “people sprung from earth itself”) are those mortals Continue reading