The OS is as agile, as prismatic as it needs to be to meet the needs of the many complex systems with which it needs to intersect and dialogue. In this way it’s my mirror—or a mirror of any of us who’ve learned that we need to be chameleons to remain adaptable and resilient.
Articles by Stephen Ross
“Avant-pastoralists do not shy away from or whitewash the disunities, contradictions, deceptions, and dangers of post-industrial reality”
I’m interested in older poetic forms in an almost Benjaminian sense, as artifacts that have outlived their world, which when resurrected Frankenstein-style bring certain utopian resonances as well as modes of critique to bear.
“I think writers are always realists. I think Joyce in Finnegans Wake is a realist. What is interesting is the question of what’s real.”
Christian Bök discusses:
The Xenotext, science and avant-garde futures
Stephen Ross translates Mallarmé
Stephen Ross asks:
Who is Robinson Jeffers?