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Unknowing the Unknowable: Visual Apophasis and the Techno-Sublime By Eric Valosin
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A monograph of the work of artist Eric Valosin. Using light and projection with painting, drawing, and new media, his work carves out a new territory for mystical experience in a contemporary... More > context. Can we hope for a resurrection scene after its been curtains for Nietzsche's God? Can we hear echoes of Eckhart in a world whose space is more often cyber than sacred? This book dives into the world opened by Valosin's art, featuring images, writing, and interviews that explore the terrain of this new paradigm. Like the artist's work itself, the book merges the digital and analogue worlds, expanding outward into cyberspace via QR codes. A digital version (interactive PDF) is also available for $9.99 here: http://artblogos.blogspot.com/2013/05/unknowing-unknowable-visual-apophasis.html< Less
Untitled By Camelia Elias, ed.
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The present collection focuses on the use and function of titles in various cases of postmodern American and Scottish literature. While the postmodern may at first glance appear to seek to transcend... More > the religious practices of yesteryear and associate itself with a distrust of grand narratives such as Christianity, it may as easily be claimed that much postmodern literature in fact investigates the interstices between narrative traditions and conventions, in order to explore what might be left of the sublime or mystical in narratives and in textuality per se. The essays specifically engage with instances of titles and titling as may be termed problematic titling, conspicuous over-titling, limit titles, or meta-titles. A version of this book appeared as an open source web text published by Aalborg U, Dept. of Language and Culture. "Working Papers" Nr. 37, 2005.< Less