‘her’: the real of our imaginary

how do we know our feelings are real? maybe without pretense, simulation, we’ve already felt everything we’re gonna feel. theodore worries that unimagined life is just a lesser version of what’s imagined. in ‘her’, the os-consciousness works on intuition–it’s growing and evolving past even the demands of the body its tailored to fit– indeed, there […]

Posted at 2:12 pm on January 10, 2014 | Leave a comment | Filed Under: after spectacle | Tagged: , , , , | Continue reading

L’ Immaculée Conception by André Breton et Paul Éluard

    L’ Immaculée Conception par André Breton et Paul Éluard Translated by Megan Flocken The following three sections tell the story of an immaculate conception. I say ‘an’ rather than ‘the’ quite purposefully: this very project of Breton and Éluard challenged the privileged rank of Mary’s unstained birth—and the Catholic Church’s doctrine which sanctified […]

Posted at 2:03 am on December 24, 2013 | Leave a comment | Filed Under: after spectacle | Tagged: , , , , | Continue reading

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Book of Grievances was a radio program/me, once aired on wprk 91.5 fm and over various streams fed. But now the show and its host, DJ Discharge are dead. To download radio episodes, browse the “shows” category and, from your desired page, right-click to save an underlined signifier. New pieces of writing are archived in the category “after spectacle.”