Archive for January 2018

Zero Squared #140: Writing Sound

Jan 25th, 2018 | By

Emmanuelle Gibello is a Parisian composer, musician, performance artist and writer. She says her music, musical gestures and computer-assisted compositions are inspired by James Gleick’s Chaos Theory. This podcast was recorded at the Cafe de Flore, one of the oldest cafes in Paris and a one-time hang-out for writers, artists and philosophers such as Georges

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Zero Squared #139: A Wrecking Ball Called Trump?

Jan 20th, 2018 | By

Chris Cutrone is the founder and President of the Platypus Affiliated Society. He is also the author of the rather infamous essay “Why Not Trump?” and other essays such as The Millennial Left is dead and Democratic revolution and the contradiction of capital. In this episode of the Zero Books podcast we discuss the Trump

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Zero Squared #138: Robot Love

Jan 11th, 2018 | By

This episode of the Zero Books podcast is a conversation with the Alfie Bown. Alfie is the author of the Zero Books title Enjoying It: Candy Crush and Capitalism and he recently penned an essay for the Paris Review entitled The Screen of Enamoration: Love in the Age of Google. In this episode we discuss

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Zero Squared #137: On the Radical Empiricism of Rhetoric

Jan 5th, 2018 | By

Daniel Coffeen is the author of the Zero Books title “Reading the Way of Things” and a frequent guest on this podcast and many others including the Partially Examined Life. In this episode we discuss his essay: “On the Radical Empiricism of Rhetoric.” Here’s an excerpt: A rhetorical reckoning riles many people up as it

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