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Polemarchus: Hi dad, how are you? Thanks for sending the photos and videos of your visit to the Philippe Parreno Anywhen exhibition at the Turbine Hall. What did you think of it? Cephalus: It was alright. It didn’t fill the space sufficiently, the front of Turbine Hall was part of it, but only had lights […]

I just read the philosopher Alain Badiou’s essay in the new book Intersubjectivity Vol. 1: Language and Misunderstanding, published by Sternberg Press. There is lots to chew on in this exciting volume – and I am sure to return to it. It includues Cory Arcangel on misunderstanding, another ‘variation from Paul Chan’s New New Testament […]