Sanded Steps, Standing Over Stones - The Multiplicity of (Un-)Thought - Journal Article (Contextualising Information)
datasetposted on 13.03.2021, 14:24 by Robert Luzar
Sanded Steps, Standing Over Stones is a live art work that rethinks ‘trace’ and ‘event’ in historical––and ongoing aporetic––situations that become self-effacing and unhappening. It uses self-effacing gestures such as the sweeping of sand, and audience participation in enunciating found-words from texts and slogans, to trace cultural revolutions and social demonstrations from May ’68 to Occupy––and asks whether such events insist or desist in happening today.
This item contains the Accepted Manuscript of an article by Luzar published by Taylor & Francis Group in Comparative and Continental Philosophy on 17/10/19 available online here or below under 'References'.
Luzar, R. (2019) 'The multiplicity of (un-)thought: Badiou, Deleuze, event', Comparative and Continental Philosophy, 11:3, 251-264, DOI: 10.1080/17570638.2019.1679980.
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