Posts Tagged ‘babel’
SMELTING POT
SMELTING POT

I’m excited to share new work produced for the US Pavilion of the Venice Architecture Biennale, included in the catalog for Dimensions of Citizenship and published simultaneously by e-flux architecture: a piece commissioned specifically to address the question of Citizenship at the scale of the Globe. My essay presents two New York City monuments—the Statue of […]

BABEL AFTER FASCISM
BABEL AFTER FASCISM

Though that preposition may no longer hold—at Rutgers, I’ll be presenting a draft from a book project in progress, From Babel to Pentecost: Wireless Imaginations in Postwar Literary Arts and the Dream (or Nightmare) of a Transnational Language. The piece being presented is titled “To Whistle in the Fasces of Uniform Graphemes: Babel After Fascism.” […]

“POST PENTECOSTES”
"POST PENTECOSTES"

On Montorio, or the Mount of Gold grazed to dust for pilgrims, above the martyrium of Peter, founder of the mortal church, demipenitent, certainly costal: translation as the human replacement for divine atonement.


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