Tuesday, April 05, 2005

Critical Secret

Not new perhaps but I have just been reading with appreciation the words of Aliette Guibert from Critical Secret, and it is with pleasure I come to the works. The online magazine in both French and English is described as:

"Interactive magazine available on internet, focusing on perceptive thinking and associative emotion. Every other month a new thematic concept, according to a fiction selected to stimulate the prospective exploration of actuality and the active creation, is the inspiration for a collection of original texts and multimedia objects, graciously offered by the authors and creators who keep their copyright outside the review, and the staging of a new organic interface as art performance. All divided or mixed domains : philosophies, sciences, applied sciences, literatures, arts, applied arts, musics, sound contexts, medias, hypermedia, world news, etc... Successive issues are kept on line, freely accessible."

I recommend it to those who enjoy the poetic intellectual gymnastics of Artaud, Lacan, Lyotard, Derrida, Hölderlin, Baudrillard and the crew.

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