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  1. Preface
    Published: 08.01.2020

    What's in a prefix? How to read a prefix as short as 're-'? Does 're-' really signify? Can it point into a specific direction? Can it reverse? Can it become the shibboleth of a 'postcritical' reboot? At first glance transparent and directional, 're-'... more

     

    What's in a prefix? How to read a prefix as short as 're-'? Does 're-' really signify? Can it point into a specific direction? Can it reverse? Can it become the shibboleth of a 'postcritical' reboot? At first glance transparent and directional, 're-' complicates the linear and teleological models commonly accepted as structuring the relations between past, present, and future, opening onto errant temporalities.

     

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    Language: English
    Media type: Part of a book
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    ISBN: 978-3-96558-001-5; 978-3-96558-002-2
    DDC Categories: 800
    : ICI Berlin
    Subjects: Präfix
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  2. Recherche I
    Published: 13.01.2020

    Recherche, (re-)search: do I research to find something not yet found or do I re-search back to find something that has been lost? These two directionalities structure Proust's "À la recherche du temps perdu" and are reflected in its reception. But... more

     

    Recherche, (re-)search: do I research to find something not yet found or do I re-search back to find something that has been lost? These two directionalities structure Proust's "À la recherche du temps perdu" and are reflected in its reception. But what if they only seem mutually exclusive, yet really are one and the same thing?

     

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    ISBN: 978-3-96558-001-5; 978-3-96558-002-2
    DDC Categories: 800
    : ICI Berlin
    Subjects: Proust, Marcel; À la recherche du temps perdu; Zeit; Teleologie; Kunstproduktion
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  3. Recherche II : anamnesis
    Published: 13.01.2020

    The temporal loop of Proust's "Recherche" complicates the unidirectional understanding of anamnesis in psychoanalysis, which, in turn, allows for a renewed reading of the temporality of the "Recherche", highlighting the intrinsic link between... more

     

    The temporal loop of Proust's "Recherche" complicates the unidirectional understanding of anamnesis in psychoanalysis, which, in turn, allows for a renewed reading of the temporality of the "Recherche", highlighting the intrinsic link between artistic 'research' and unconscious affect - at the same time origin, motif, and destination.

     

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    Subjects: Proust, Marcel; À la recherche du temps perdu; Lyotard, Jean-François; Zeit; Affekt; Nachträglichkeit; Künstlerische Forschung
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  4. Recirculation : the wandering of digital images in post-Internet art
    Published: 13.01.2020

    The text considers recirculation as a process through which both visual and cultural imagery are put in motion over and over again in the current information age, especially in the context of post-Internet art. Hito Steyerl's writings and thoughts on... more

     

    The text considers recirculation as a process through which both visual and cultural imagery are put in motion over and over again in the current information age, especially in the context of post-Internet art. Hito Steyerl's writings and thoughts on the 'poor image', namely the low-resolution digital image bound to a perpetual wandering or 'circulationism', here serve as major reference points for the development of the argument.

     

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    Subjects: Steyerl, Hito; Sekula, Allan; Computerkunst; Rezirkulation
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  5. Recitation : lyric time(s) I
    Published: 13.01.2020

    What is the time of the lyric? For Augustine, the recitation of a hymn illustrates the workings of time in the human mind; for Giorgio Agamben, the poem itself exemplifies the structure of what he defines as 'messianic time'. By focusing on Dante's... more

     

    What is the time of the lyric? For Augustine, the recitation of a hymn illustrates the workings of time in the human mind; for Giorgio Agamben, the poem itself exemplifies the structure of what he defines as 'messianic time'. By focusing on Dante's sonnet 'Tanto gentile e tanto onesta pare' and looking at the double act of the recitation of the poem and the "re-citation" of prior gestures, the temporality of both the single poem and lyric discourse will come into focus.

     

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    Subjects: Dante Alighieri; Agamben, Giorgio; Augustinus, Aurelius; Lyrik; Deklamation; Zeit
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