Adorno’s Noise


 

harryman

Adornos Noise is a collection of experimental, poetic, and conceptual essays that take a stunning plunge into a kaleidoscopic world of globalization, female sexuality, the place of art and artist, and the looming power of the state. Phrases from Theodor Adornos aphoristic philosophical text, Minima Moralia, serve as catalysts for an explosion of thought and language that quickly breaks Adornos orbit.

 


 

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Reading from Adorno’s Noise


 


 

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Links

Kaurab Online, Review by Pat Clifford:

http://www.kaurab.com/english/books/adornos-noise.html

Make Mag, Review by Jonathan Wegner:

http://makemag.com/review-adornos-noise/

How 2, Review by Jill Darling:

http://www.asu.edu/pipercwcenter/how2journal/vol_3_no_3/harryman/darling.html

Matches, in Our Time, Review by Patrick F. Durgin:

http://pmc.iath.virginia.edu/text-only/issue.509/19.3durgin.txt

[Inter]sections, Interview on Adorno’s Noise and More:

http://www.americanstudies.ro/libs/docs/1262255741-55741.pdf

Purchase:

http://www.spdbooks.org/Producte/9780979118944/adorno39s-noise.aspx