On giving up on this world: an interview with Andrew Culp

Society and Space has recently published an article-length interview by Thomas Dekeyser. Below is Thomas’s brief description.

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When I first read Andrew Culp’s Dark DeleuzeI was deeply overwhelmed. I had not been ‘touched’ on such visceral register by critical theory probably since I read Michel Serres’ Malfeasance: Appropriation through Pollution? four years ago. The work the latter did for me is almost ungraspable: it gave me the final courage I required to flee the advertising industry. Dark Deleuze sparked something different, but of equal intensity: it passionately set ablaze the ideas of ‘affirmative politics’ that I had been unconformable with for awhile. Affirmative politics felt and sounded still too much like the supposed ‘creative ethos’ that reverberates in the offices of the contemporary advertising industry. With Dark Deleuze, I found tools for exploring anarchy and anarchism. To sharpen these tools, I interviewed Andrew Culp for Society and Space. You can read it here.

I propose something not dissimilar to Foucault’s methodological suggestion…

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2 thoughts on “On giving up on this world: an interview with Andrew Culp

  1. Thanks a lot for sending, If for instance you have a chance, let ne know, would love to discuss in person, with a coffee, I live in Brooklyn. Have a great day. PS3* http://theartps3.org

    On Mar 6, 2018 15:20, “Anarchist Without Content” wrote:

    anarchistwithoutcontent posted: “Society and Space has recently published an article-length interview by Thomas Dekeyser. Below is Thomas’s brief description.”

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