Preface “Birds of a feather flock together.” How is it that various flocks of birds fly together in non-linear formation? How exactly do they communicate with each other to cut and cross paths in synchronized patterns?
The following paper examines how adolescent gamers’ experiences reveal the complex learning systems in which they contribute, create, and participate, troubling the idea of what “gamer” means altogether.
...About the time when I first started making records, I was also starting to become aware of a new sort of organizing principle in music. I think like many people, I had assumed that music was produced, or created in the way that you imagine symphony composers make music, which is by having a complete idea in their head in every detail and then somehow writing out ways by which other people could reproduce that. In the same way as one imagines an architect working. You know, designing the building, in all its details, and then having that constructed.
The intimate collision between person and place, and the impulse to bear witness to this angular dance, runs like a rhizome beneath the surface of my work. You can help me take CONTACT LENS: Environmental Portrait Project to the next level.
A conference to explore the relation of Deleuze and Guattari's work to the arts, including painting, literature, poetry, visual art, dance, music. Speakers: Alphonso Lingis, Dorothea Olkowski, Gary Gensoko, Jay Lampert, Constantin Boundas.
I found this series of questions directed at me from one of the more interesting people I’ve run into during the change11 course. They’re fair… i think… and a helpful way for me to reflect as I’m trying to write a couple of papers right now… so here goes.
The Familiar Falling Away is a visual exploration of Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari's (1987) concept of the rhizome. Through black and white images and a few sparse words--fine arts photographer Mary Ann Reilly situates the concept within the everyday.
The images were all made by Mary Ann Reilly from 2008 through 2011 in the United States, Ireland, and Tuscany.
The Familiar Falling Away is available as an ebook for iPad/iPhone and as a physical book (12" square).