The Wyrd Sisters Bring Death to Leviathan

…the Wyrd Sisters are a nefarious and multiplicitous being — like capital but also like the collective form of subjectivity that Fisher explicitly calls for in his Capitalist Realism — and they are able to see, we might presume, multiple futures. They share a subjectivity between them, collectively choosing a path ahead for those they encounter and, in their conniving and mischievous ways, shaping the future for their own ends, notably against the apparatuses of the State.

A transcript of a talk posted on Diffractions Collective in 2018.

Acid Communism

‘Acid’ is desire, as corrosive and denaturalising multiplicity…

Posted on Krisis: Journal for Contemporary Philosophy in 2018

Point of View: On Photography & Our Fragmented, Transcendental Selves

What does it say about photography’s beginnings that one of the first self-portraits depicts a staged suicide?

Posted on ŠUM: Journal for Contemporary Art Criticism and Theory in 2018

Experiments in the Summoning of an AxSys Demon (Part 0)

Run script… Check for pulse… Out of the corner of my eye the rectangular screen of my laptop suffers strange non-Euclidean distortions.

Posted on the Vast Abrupt in 2018

Reaching Beyond to the Other: On Communal Outside-Worship

Whatever horrifying and unthinkable form the Outside may take, the fact remains that it is seemingly through community alone that its affects can be harnessed…

Posted on the Vast Abrupt in 2018

Introduction to “Flatline Constructs”

Rather than becoming immediately facetious, can Mark [Fisher]’s real death recalibrate the stakes of his conceptual deaths? Can death in this mode be collectively thought in a way that prepares us for — and helps us to move beyond — our present reality, not only of personal grief but of capitalist apocalypticism?

Published in The Fisher-Function in 2017