[-empyre-] - noise of contagion - tuer
SWHTaylor at zoho.com
Mon May 4 09:43:36 AEST 2020
On 3/05/20 1:10 pm, Junting Huang wrote:
> this centralizing appropriation of artifactual powers for ‘creating the event,’
this present that never presents
...strange, I was just reading /May '68 Did Not Take Place
The difficulty seems not to be to realise the critical potential of the
current crisis but to create it. The event needs to be made.
I think this is what Heiner Müller is doing in /Hamletmaschine./
You could say the /unconscious/ of the event needs to be created.
What can happen now to escape the centralizing appropriation of
artifactual powers for 'creating the event'?
or, as Ricardo Dominguez wrote, breaking out of the breakout? (although
narrativising is only one centralizing appropriative strategy)
(there is a short text with this title by Alphonso Lingis. I mention it
because I like it.)
returning to the present that never presents: Fisher does not really
handle of this in terms of hauntology, unless the present is haunted by
itself; and perhaps this gets a little closer to what Deleuze & Guattari
are saying, and of course Müller, to listen to this indistinct
murmuration and hear in it the form of something trying to declare itself.
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