Edited by one of the leading Virilio authority's, this book offers the reader a guide through Virilio's work. Using the interview form, Virilio speaks incisively and at length about a vast assortment of cultural and theoretical topics, including architecture and 'speed-space', 'chronopolitics', art and technoculture, modernism, postmodernism and 'hypermodernism', the time of the trajectory and the 'information bomb'. His thoughts on Foucault, Baudrillard, Deleuze and Guattari, the performance artist Stelarc, the Persian War and the Kosovo War, are also gathered together.
|Series:||Published in association with Theory, Culture & Society Series|
|Product dimensions:||6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.49(d)|
About the Author
John Armitage is Principal Lecturer in politics and media studies at the University of Northumbria, Newcastle upon Tyne.
Table of Contents
Preface - Paul VirilioIntroduction - John ArmitagePART ONE: ON THEORY, CULTURE AND SOCIETYInterview One: From Modernism to Hypermodernism and Beyond - John ArmitagePART TWO: ON ARCHITECTUREInterview Two: Paul Virilio and the Oblique - Enrique LimonInterview Three: The Time of the Trajectory - Andreas RubyPART THREE: ON SPEED-SPACE AND CHRONOPOLITICSInterview Four: Speed-Space - Chris DerconInterview Five: Perception, Politics and the Intellectual - Niels Br[um]uggerInterview Six: The Information Bomb - Friedrich KittlerPART FOUR: ON ART, TECHNOCULTURE AND THE INTEGRAL ACCIDENTInterview Seven: Paul Virilio - J[ac]er[ci]ome SansInterview Eight: Paul Virilio - Dominique Joubert & Christiane CarlutInterview Nine: The Dark Spot of Art - Catherine DavidInterview Ten: Landscape of Events Seen at Speed - Pierre SterckxInterview Eleven: Not Words but Visions! - Nicholas ZurbruggPART FIVE: ON THE STRATEGIES OF DECEPTIONInterview Twelve: The Kosovo W@r Did Take Place - John ArmitageSuggested Further ReadingSelect Bibliography of the Works of Paul Virilio - John Armitage