Podcast: Week 2 Fluxus & Planes of Immanence

2013-05-21 MA Media Arts Philosophy Practice Term 2 2012/13

Techne and the art of making ‘it’ work.

Seminar Considerations: In his introduction to Deleuze and Guattari’s Anti-­Oedipus, Foucault insists on ‘de-­territorialisation’, which emerges in part via the Heideggarian move around ‘techne’, ‘poiesis’, ‘Dasein’. What is this move? How does it create ‘de-­‐terroritorialised’ grounds (or ‘groundless-­‐ grounds’). What is a ‘plane of immanence’ (indeed, what is a ‘plane’)?

1. Foucault, M. “An introduction to the non-­‐fascist life” in his Preface to Deleuze & Guattari’s Anti-­‐Oedipus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia, (Continuum: 2004), pp. xiii-­‐xv. http://monoskop.org/images/d/da/Deleuze_Gilles_Guattari_Felix_Anti-­‐ Oedipus_Capitalism_and_Schizophrenia.pdf
2. Heidegger, M. The Question Concerning Technology in his The Question Concerning Technology and Other Essays (edited and translated by) W. Lovitt. (as above Sem 1)

Course Link: http://www.bcu.ac.uk/biad/courses/media-arts-philosophy-practice

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