Nature is not natural and can never be naturalized — Graham Harman

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Vogue

Sadly and inexplicably, they didn't ask me to do any modeling, hahaha. But Hyperobjects is better on the runway anyway...

4 comments:

cgerrish said...

A very strange and big crossover. Vogue has a big readership and now they'll see the word "hyperobjects." The seed of concept is planted.

John said...

No, but just you wait "enry "Iggins as Conde Nast is the ultimate reductionist force in the universe, a destroyer of meshes! They have the capacity to reduce all thought to banal nonsense. Thus, correlationsim becomes meaningful nonsense when text is added by Vogue. Be glad OOO has not appeared in Conde Nast or it would have its 15 minutes and then be over.

Mark Shulgasser said...

The link to the DIS site seems broken, but that didn't stop me. I found the Obrist interview and am now a Timmortonist. Very much clarified OOO for me, after six months of Harman and Meillassoux.

I think we can delineate earlier stages of the creation of Reality in the paleolithic around 30,000 bce, if we look hard enough. (Mathemes and such.)

I find it easy to give up even extension; but then I have no earth in my chart.

It disturbs me how many kids are just plain depressed about impending extinction. Your cheerfulness is needed. Keep up the good work!

D.E.M. said...

That is just so fucking cool.