Complex Singularities

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“Our best machines are made of sunshine”

Our best machines are made of sunshine; they are all light and clean because they are nothing but signals, electromagnetic waves, a section of a spectrum and those machines are eminently portable, mobile – a matter of immense human pain in Detroit and Singapore. ~ Donna Haraway, “A Cyborg Manifesto” Speaking of art theory, sometimes […]


I’ve been thinking about aphorisms this morning, and how I think I want to start including them in this blog. I have always been drawn to aphorisms, to short pithy statements, little nuggets of thought. The Oxford defines them as “general truths” or short statements of a scientific principle—e.g., “Every action has an equal and […]

Complex Singularities: First Pass

complex singularities are events frozen in time yet open-woven, reaching articulations– threads stuck together by their very stuck-togetherness like the fetish collecting material like the problems that prehend                      to the fetish as metaphor, too. complex singularities are orders emerging from chaoses –seeing order as a special case of chaos as a form of tightly packed […]