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ON SILENCE, THE IMAGE, AND NEGATIVE DIALECTICS

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Adorno_Slide1“America…is inevitably the most millenarian of all nations, even though so far it has avoided the two extremes of modern millennarianism, fascism and Marxist-Leninism.” -Harold Bloom, Omens of Millennium

 

 

Adorno_Slide3“Silence has been banished from the world today.” -Max Picard, The World of Silence

 

 

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Predators 1

Anonymous “street art,” corner of 14th St. & Folsom St, San Francisco

Predators 2“The time seen through the image is a time lost from view. Being and time are quite different. The image sparkles eternal, when it has exceeded being and time.” -Rene Char, Leaves of Hypnos??????????????

Sickness unto Death World of Silence

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Too many things crowd in on man today, too many images press in upon his soul. There is no more silent peace in the soul, only a silent lack of peace.” -Max Picard, The World of Silence

 

“The spectacle is a drug for slaves.” -Guy Debord

 

-The Editors, June 2014

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HEXAGON PRESS AFTER THE RAIN

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HAARP ISSUE TWO AVAILABLE AT BAM/PFA

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HAARP (Homophonic Ambient Automated Recitation of Poetics), Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive, April 25, 2014

Copies of HAARP Volume 1, Number 2 are now available free of charge in the Something Gallery (Gallery 4) at the Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive located at 2626 Bancroft Way in Berkely, CA 94720. (A limited number of copies will also be available soon at City Lights Bookstore, Dog Eared Books, Adobe Books, Alley Cat Books and Bound Together Anarchist Collective Bookstore in San Francisco.)??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

HAARP ISSUE TWO RELEASE MOMENT ANNOUNCEMENT

HAARP EventGeorgia Guidestones Graffiti

A virtual poetry reading

and release event

Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive, April 25th

FIRST ISSUE OF HAARP IS NOW AVAILABLE AT BAM/PFA

HAARP and Mouchette

Copies of HAARP Volume 1, Number 1 are now available free of charge in the Something Gallery (Gallery 4) at the Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive located at 2626 Bancroft Way in Berkely, CA 94720. (A limited number of copies are also available at City Lights Bookstore, Dog Eared Books, Adobe Books, Alley Cat Books and Bound Together Anarchist Collective Bookstore in San Francisco.)

We would like to offer special thanks to Luca Antonucci of Colpa Press, whose expertise with the Risograph was essential to the successful printing of the issue.