In A Thousand Plateaus, Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari develop a concept of the artist as not one who seeks to represent the world, or even to express or perform her soul or subjectivity, but as a “cosmic artisan” – an arranger and forecaster of a cosmic-people-to-come, a performative conduit through which intensive cosmic events continue and extend outward.Read More
It is a mark of the acceleration with which ideas now circulate that the two years since this special issue of Women and Performance was first floated, “precarity” has crossed over from the European and Latin American Left to the United States.Read More
SCORE FOR BEFORE Think about the evening during the day. Text about when and where. Be there when and where.
Care collective is a group of 10 people who coordinate Park McArthur's nightly care routine.Read More
The plans for this special dossier on Lizzie Borden's 1983 film Born in Flames first emerged following a screening of the film organized in April 2010 by the Queer/Film/Art series in New York.1 We attended the screening together–it was Craig's first viewing, and Dean's first in many years–Read More
I’ve been using the Internet ever since I was 12. I started using AIM (AOL InstantMessenger) and looking up song lyrics and making a website for my middle school band before we even had any music. It's just sort of this extension of reality that I've always felt comforted by and maybe powerful when using as a tool.Read More