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The Sex Appeal of the Inorganic 

 

The tongue that permeates me and covers me, the sex that penetrates and wears me, the mouth that sucks me and undresses me, all are clothing metaphors. The organs are clothes whose buttons and seams have vanished and return in the condition of pieces of material ready to be worked on. Thus, they can be united and separated according to new criteria that do not correspond to any function or purpose. (Mario Perniola, p.6)

Occlaudius

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Dear Lives,

 

The second issue of The Claudius App is now online at theclaudiusapp.com.

 

The journal features a splash on Google Analytics and transparency by Ian Hatcher, an "Anti-Community Poetics" by Brian Ang (of Occupy Oakland), a first-time in English translation from Pierre Klossowski's now more than ever Living Currency, a manifesto on the occupier as hipster cyborg by Jeff Nagy, an anti-techno-hipster diatribe on Google Street Views by Joe Luna, illimitable drags through Facebookings at Zuccotti by Jonty Tiplady, a people's mic poem on the new spring by Jessica O Marsh, a long-form verse on bourgeois form and the end of the citizen by Josh Stanley, an exploratory spill on BP by Ben Lerner, and much more to spread.

 

In the age of the work of art in the age of mechanical occupation, punch in your letters to the editors at editors@theclaudiusapp.com.

On time

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I think the fact that we're still posting about this class nearly a week later is sufficient proof that A) last week's class touched on a lot of interesting subject matter without even coming close to using up the possibilities for discussion, and B) that someone should set up additional, more focused sessions of this class relating to time and it's implications to specific areas/subject matters rather than providing an overview on the subject of time. (Author of post immediately touches tip of nose, shouts, 'not it!')

 

#whOWNSpace #GRNPNT Video + Outcomes

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Thanks everyone for coming out yesterday. We are very excited that this was only the beginning of a conversation and an opportunity to learn from each other and create a network of ACTIVE community space. Please send us your information at whownspace@gmail.com - we will be contacting you soon.

WE POSTED THIS REPORT ON OUR BLOG:

VIDEO OF PROCESS AND STUDIO by Aurash Khawarzad

Time Travel?

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Great class and stimulating discussion!

This may not be met which much enthusiasm (perhaps even with scoffs) but I would love a class on time travel--how it's been portrayed in popular culture, the possibility of it from a physics standpoint (what would it take to actually travel in time and what vessel would such travel require, hot tub, tardis or otherwise?), and a general discussion of why humans are so fascinated by the notion. 

Just scheduled: Sunday, January 29 at 1:00pm at 155 Freeman | #whOWNSpace GREENPOINT: Observe, Diagram, Intervene

This post was made to the blog for #whOWNSpace GREENPOINT: Observe, Diagram, Intervene

This studio/class will use design and urban theory to critically study the design, ownership, and rules of Greenpoint's open spaces and infrastructure as part of the #whOWNSpace project. The lens for the studio will be on neighborhood power dynamics around space, focusing on the potential of open space to create democratic vitality. 

Meet up: 155 Freeman St, Brooklyn 

Happening soon..

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Got word this is approved and will be scheduled soon - who's ready?

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