Presented at Eyeo // June 10, 2014
I’ve been unable to find First Chapters in Posavec’s online portfolio, (which is still full of great stuff everyone should check out), but it is available in other writeups. Jim Vallandingham has also created a d3 version.
Nightly Sleep Analyzed is among the many quantified self–inflected artist Frick has done.
Follow the further adventures of the artist on Tumblr. Or read an interview on fill in interview location.
Listen to Dot yourself. Or keep up with me on Twitter to see further additions and announcements of upcoming shows.
A short summary of the whys, wherefores, and hows of literary theory around the turn of the 21st century. A great way to dip your toe in.
A recently published work that takes up where Jonathan Culler finished.
A collection of the theorist’s greatest essays. “Task of the Translator” offers a way to look at the nearly mystical heart of language that works as a metaphor for the way in which fragments work together to sumon a whole.
Fragments in practice. Benjamin’s master work.
In this essay, Barthes takes up a story by Balzac in order to investigate the many levels of meaning-construction that occur in a work of literature. Mythologies is also recommended.