giovedì 4 agosto 2016

OUT NOW! Obsolete Capitalism: The Strong of the Future. Nietzsche's accelerationist fragment in Deleuze and Guattari's Anti-Oedipus (Rizosfera, 2016, SF 001.eng)


" (...) As widely known the reference to Nietzsche in the famous «accelerationist passage» in Deleuze and Guattari’s Anti-Oedipus is decisive and closes the paragraph entitled "The Civilized Capitalist Machine" (Chapter III, Par. 9, pp. 222-239). Until today the various commentators of such passage have left aside or overshadowed the specific reference to Friedrich Nietzsche’s «Große Prozeß», others have simply quoted the «accelerate the process» issue referenced by Deleuze and Guattari, mentioning Nietzsche’s book "The Will of Power" but no one has ever referred to the precise fragment or its context and the potential themes it implies. (...) Our research has identified the precise Nietzschean fragment quoted by Deleuze and Guattari as shown above. It is a fragment positioned in two different Friedrich Nietzsche’s posthumous editions. (...) "

venerdì 8 luglio 2016

OUT NOW! - Deleuze Studies 2016 in Rome (A special remix of Money, Revolution and Philosophy of the Future - ITA/ENG - Rhizosphere/Obsolete Capitalism Free Press)


Deleuze Studies 2016 in Rome (A special remix of Money, Revolution and Philosophy of the Future - ITA/ENG - Rhizosphere/Ob.Cap.Free Press)

On the occasion of the international conference entitled Deleuze Studies Conference 2016 (Virtuality, becoming and life, 11-13 July 2016) that will take place at the Department of Philosophy, Communication and Visual Arts of University Tre in Rome, the collective Obsolete Capitalism presents a «Deleuze in Rome 2016/Remix Version» of the book «Moneta, rivoluzione e filosofia dell’avvenire. Nietzsche e la politica accelerazionista in Deleuze, Foucault, Guattari, Klossowski» with contributions in Italian and English language. Our conference will be on13th July 2016, from 2 to 3.30 pm in Room 13, along with the panel entitled “Countless Life. For a Liberation of Thought Wherever it is imprisoned - Deterritorializing Nietzsche" (chair: Charles Stivale). The panel Countless Life has been proposed and elaborated by the online philosophical magazine «La Deleuziana».

Contributors: Algorithmic Committee, Sara Baranzoni, Edmund Berger, Lapo Berti, Paolo Davoli, Ettore Lancellotti, Network Ensemble, Obsolete Capitalism, OCSS, Luca Roccatagliati, Letizia Rustichelli, Oliver Smith, Francesco Tacchini, Paolo Vignola.

Obsolete Capitalism Sound System: La machine informatique dub feat. Félix Guattari @ Rizosfera Nu KFM (July 2016)