An Errant Glossary
Ed. by Christoph F. E. Holzhey
Arnd Wedemeyer
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What’s in a prefix? How to read a prefix as short as ‘re-’? Does ‘re-’ really signify? Can it point into a specific direction? Can it reverse? Can it become the shibboleth of a ‘postcritical’ reboot? At first glance transparent and directional, ‘re-’ complicates the linear and teleological models commonly accepted as structuring the relations between past, present, and future, opening onto errant temporalities.

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An Errant Glossary
Christoph F. E. Holzhey
Arnd Wedemeyer
What’s in a prefix? How to read a prefix as short as ‘re-’? Does ‘re-’ really signify? Can it point into a specific direction? Can it reverse? Can it become the shibboleth of a ‘postcritical’ reboot? At first glance transparent and directional, ‘re-’ complicates the linear and teleological models commonly accepted as structuring the relations between past, present, and future, opening onto errant temporalities.
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ICI Berlin Press
22 January 2019
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cultural inquiry, critical theory, temporality, prefix
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Table Of Contents
Recherche I | JULIE GAILLARD | 1-10
Recherche II: Anamnesis | JULIE GAILLARD | 11-23
Recirculation: The Wandering of Digital Images in Post-Internet Art | CRISTINA BALDACCI | 25-33
Recitation: Lyric Time(s) I | FRANCESCO GIUSTI | 35-47
Recovery | CLIO NICASTRO | 49-56
Reenactment: Errant Images in Contemporary Art | CRISTINA BALDACCI | 57-67
Rehabilitation I | BIRKAN TAŞ | 69-78
Rehabilitation II | BIRKAN TAŞ | 77-82
Renewal | CLIO NICASTRO | 83-90
Repetition | DANIEL REEVE | 91-97
Repetition: Differential Monotony, Affects, Creation | ARIANNA SFORZINI | 99-105
Repetition | TOM VANDEPUTTE | 107-111
Resistance I | HANNAH PROCTOR | 113-120
Resistance II | HANNAH PROCTOR | 121-128
Resistance | TOM VANDEPUTTE | 127-132
Resolution | DANIEL REEVE | 133-139
Restrain | CHRISTIANE FREY | 141-149
Reversion: Lyric Time(s) II | FRANCESCO GIUSTI | 151-161
Revolution: Making a Break in History | ARIANNA SFORZINI | 163-169
Notes on the Contributors
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