Category Archives: Language and the Visual

New work Here on Finnegans Wake and Large Glass

Quotation: “Language is the core of all artistic and philosophical creativity, and as Jacques Lacan suggests: “We know as sentient beings that all we are resides within the domain of our languages” and that “The most complicated machines are made from words”. … Continue reading

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The Letter of the Aphabet: Notes to Shaun Pictures 9

The Letter of the Alphabet and Thought. Ann Hamilton 2011   It is a poetic act to think of alphabetic letters as having “gravity”, “weight”, jostling within larger “gravitational fields” like sentences and paragraphs: the condensation of the poem, the … Continue reading

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James Joyce Symposium Prague 2010

The Prague James Joyce Symposium from the 13th June through the 18th June was as ever an extremely useful and worthwhile experience: literary studies and particularly on Joyce for me, among other supplementary writers who so often are approached differently … Continue reading

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