Author Archives: antyphayes

Surrealism: an irrational revolution

A PDF of this document can be found here. Note that there are some differences between the version presented below and pdf (most notably, the complete bibliography is only available in the pdf version). This has also been posted on … Continue reading

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To experiment with the creation of everyday life

Originally posted on the sinister science:
fig. 1. Who are the enemies of poetry? All those who use poetry as an end in-itself, not as a means for life and liberation. Which is to say all those who fetishize the…

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Telekinetic Art Manifesto

Originally posted on the sinister science:
Fig. 1. Ceci n’est pas une cuillère pliée. Below is the veritable blast from the past–from 1997, in Canberra, when Gerald Keaney and I toyed around on the edges of surrealism, situationist inspiration and…

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Hateful anti-christams

Originally posted on the sinister science:
fig. 1. Raoul Hausmann, Kurt Schwitters, El Lissitzky. “Language is only a means of understanding and of not understanding” Back in May 2016 I translated ‘Pin’, a collaborative Dada-Merz poem by Raoul Hausmann and…

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s12

Originally posted on the sinister science:
fig 1. Monday, 11 September 2000, outside the Crown Casino in Melbourne. Much like Where’s Wally I am somewhere in this photo. The logo in the upper left is unknown to me, but I…

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SF in the SI: science fiction, ideology and recuperation

Originally posted on the sinister science:
fig. 1. “Apart from us, have any piloted ships come here?” “No one has ever come. We are extremely far from other routes. That’s why I want to keep it secret. Even my men…

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The Sinister Science

I have started a new blog over at the sinister science. There I will continue to write about situationists and critical theory and practice, but with the added focus of science fiction. Yep, that’s right, the barely repressed science fictional … Continue reading

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Spectacle in Space

Doing our bit for 50 years of cold war shenanigans and the alienation of technique and knowledge in the service of spectacular power. The text on the poster is adapted from Eduardo Rothe’s text The Conquest of Space in the … Continue reading

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The new politics?

I designed this image for an imaginary zine called ANTIANTIPOETRYPOETRY dated 1 March 2016. That means it’s been sitting in my dropbox since at least then, maybe a bit before. I called it “the new politics”. There is little new … Continue reading

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On Gilles Dauvé and the Situationist International

This article is available as a pdf here. I hope to publish a follow up in the near future in which I will critically examine Gilles Dauvé’s and Bruno Astarian’s critique of Marx’s value theory. Minor update, 15 December 2018 … Continue reading

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