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“It's from this notion of renewing resisted and long-thought-dead ideals that the notion of hauntology came to be associated with Ghost Box's music.”
“Less a full-blown genre than a state of mind, "hauntology" (as it has been dubbed by Simon Reynolds) mixes such far-flung influences as early analog electronica, musique concrete, library 78s, Italian film soundtracks and old newsreels into something wholly other yet quintessentially British in flavor.”
“Vertigo is about the return of the repressed, the power of ghosts (the film works as a perfect 'hauntology'), the scary logic of obsession and the coincidences between obsession and an enterprise called 'art'.”
“This was against the dominant hauntology by the specter of life often found in metaphors used by architects -- "life-like" or "nature-like.”
“I was recently told about a fantastic new hauntology Flickr group.”
“Here, images of prosthetic subjects, zombies, cut-ups and armies of the medieval dead actually slip off the pages of literature to become the terminal hauntology of these technologized times.”
“There's a discussion on audio hauntology over at Whitechapel.”
“The Major Touchstone… on What is hauntology?”
“Categories: French culture · art · economics · grotesque · hauntology · irrationalism · life · philosophy · theory · transgression”
“Against this, her vocals stood even more intensely as the pure residue, the hauntology in the machine, the tragedy of the soul imperfectible by science.”
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Words philosophical writers use to give the illusion of technical competence, including up-trippingly specialised senses of words that have other jobs during daylight hours.
Absurdity, dark art, radicalism, anger, tragic irony, and nothingness. Tee-hee!
From the Brooklyn Bridge to St. Petersburg /
In every boardroom or boudoir across the world /
From the Fall of Rome to the Renaissance /
Through Reformation, Cold War, Vietnam.
words o' Jacques Derrida
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