Obscure Exchange

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Inspired by the key philosophical concepts from Deleuze’s work; I am beginning to develop an idea from the text within this slideshow. Thinking about spoken words and sound, I’m considering two voices that talk over, interrupt and converse with each other, over a soundscape of an ‘edgeland’ area of Dundee. The slide show changes quickly, only allowing the reader to obtain small fragments of the dialogue, this confusion could be transmitted within the sound.

 Texts used for inspiration are;

[1] Deleuze, G. (1990) The Logic of Sense (original work published 1969), ed. C. V. Bounds, trans. M. Lester. New York: Columbia University Press.

[2] Grigg, Russell (2015). Melancholia and the unabandoned object. In Gherovici, Patricia and Steinkoler, Manya (ed), Lacan on madness: madness, yes you can’t, London: Routledge.

[3] Deleuze, G. (1997). In Negotiations, 1972–1990. 2nd ed. New York: Columbia University Press.

[4] Deleuze, G (2001). Difference and Repetition. London: Athlone Press.

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