Series: AA Tutor Lecture
Date: Friday 5 February 2016
In 1897 Stéphane Mallarmé discovers the multiverse in the form of a poem. In 2014 Grant Morrison gives shape to DC comics’ 52 versions of earth. Both draw the possiblity of superhabitable scapes. An architecture for the ontologies to come.
Longplayer Live: Lewis Wolpert and Charles Arsene-Henry:
Dîner Noire and The Library is on Fire 1(c): Haunting Glyphs
Charles Arsène-Henry is a London-based editor and writer. He is the co-editor of the forthcoming second volume of Hans Ulrich Obrist’s Infinite Conversation, a range of 70 interviews with prominent artists, writers, architects, philosophers and scientists. In 2009, he founded the agence de pensée White Box Black Box whose first project is a series of Knowledge Capsules, both printed and digital, conceived for specific individuals or institutions, made as an edition of one. Past and current themes: Images of the Brain, Texture of Dreams, Structure of the Night and Infinity.