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

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

I Think It's Them...

Mark your calendars: Vilnius, end of the third week of November, Emilija Škarnulytė's QSO Lens, an installation at CAC, and a talk by me. My bit is called


Thinking about this installation is my favorite thing to do right now.

I thought I'd show you something like an experiential, phenomenological version of what's going to happen. Look: here's a famous male Renaissance artist going inside his own mirror, through a wormhole, distorting into a woman artist ready to reach out into multidimensional liquid to touch the nonhuman, or, as a matter of fact, the X-human. Despite the dire warnings, the taboos, the noli me tangeres, the never-point-out-you-are-inside-a-hyperobject-s.

One name for this reaching out is science. Speculation is where art and science shake hands.

I hope you packed your spacesuit. Booster ignition and...

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