A while ago I pointed out that I didn’t seem to be doing much, that’s because I got stuck on a plateau. Right, I keep returning to Deleuze and Guattari and this time I’m on a plateau titled ‘10,000 B.C: The Geology of Morals (Who Does the Earth Think It Is?)’, as contained in ‘A […]
Month: January 2018
It’s all about the Benjamins, or is it?
Money, money, money. The haves and the have nots. You want it when you don’t have it. You want more of it when you have it. Or, well, so they say anyway. To be serious for a moment, we do like to measure things in money, what’s something worth. Even time is money. Everyone supposedly […]
Oh, Eye See! How Nobel!
I’ve written extensively on all things visual. Not all my texts deal with vision, but I’d wager most of them do. That has to do with the heavy focus on landscape. It sort of comes with the territory, like it or not. For many it’s probably unsurprising, so bringing it might be odd. I’ve commented […]
It’s been quite a while now, a couple of weeks or so. I haven’t abandoned this, no no, that’s not it. I think I got stuck on a plateau, going all over the place, the highways and the byways. I’ll get to it. Currently it’s a bit on the heavy side, but I’ll see to […]