Wednesday, May 22, 2013

interested in Laruelle?

Then check out Alexander Galloway's talk on Laruelle's essay, "On the Black Universe in Foundations of Human Color" HERE in the After Nature podcasts/mp3s section.  (Also check out THIS post which covers the corresponding video as well.)

Galloway's talk is excellent, probably the best so far I've heard on Laruelle.  It actually serves the dual purpose of not only covering that specific essay, but also introduces Laruelle's "non-philosophy" quite nicely.  I have to admit that I'm a beginner when it comes to Laruelle and am still trying to figure out some of the basics.  Galloway's talk was immensely helpful.

Some other links:

Lecture on Generic Orientation of Non-Standard Aesthetics

Non-Standard Evening Workshop

Workshop II: Introduction to the Concept of Non-Photography

List of Introductory Readings in Laruelle