Posts Tagged “Gilles Deleuze”

This Fall: ALL FALL

by Travis Jeppesen on May 27, 2014

    All Fall contains two novellas by Travis Jeppesen: “Written in the Sky” and “White Night.”   “Written in the Sky” is a plane crashing in slow motion; it was written on a red-eye flight from Beijing to Vienna (…)

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Willard (1971): Two Takes

by Travis Jeppesen on November 22, 2012

  The Deleuzo-Guattarian Take (Translation by Brian Massumi)   I recall the fine film Willard (1972, Daniel Mann). A “B” movie perhaps, but a fine unpopular film: unpopular because the heroes are rats. My memory of it is not necessarily (…)

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The Art of Deception: Lazlo Pearlman & Fake Orgasm

by Travis Jeppesen on October 30, 2011

It’s like Deleuze and Guattari put it in the opening pages of Anti-Oedipus – it eats, it shits, it fucks, it’s everywhere – you can’t avoid it, and yet you’re taught to both embrace and avoid it. They were talking (…)

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