Desiring Abstraction: InterCcECT presents a lecture by Alberto Toscano

InterCcECT proudly presents a talk by Alberto Toscano, Senior Lecturer at Goldsmiths, University of London, “Desiring Abstraction: The Place of Capital in Post ’68 French Thought”.

Thursday, 1 March, 5:30pm
The New Corpse Gallery, 1511 N Milwaukee Ave, Wicker Park.

In preparation, we invite you to a reading group session Thursday 23 February, 5:00pm, focusing on excerpts from Deleuze & Guattari’s Anti-Oedipus along with Alain Badiou’s short piece “The Flux and the Party: In the Margins of Anti-Oedipus“. Contact us for PDF and details.

As always, write to us to propose or announce events, and check the calendar regularly.

In the meantime, we hope to see you around town:

3 February, U Chicago hosts Rolling The Dice: The Art of Chance
10 February, UIC hosts Aesthetics and German Philosophy
17 February, DePaul hosts Karen Feldman, “Phantom Autonomy: On Art and Historiography in Benjamin and Adorno”

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  1. Pingback: Upcoming Toscano lecture and other Chicago-related announcements « An und für sich

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