Tuesday, June 16, 2015
From Tom McCarthy's Satin Island.
The first move for any strategy of cultural production … must be to liberate things – objects situations, systems – into uselessness. ... Its uselessness sets it to work: as symbol, cipher, spur to the imagination, to productiveness.
To wit:
the poverty of reflection is the promise of a wealth whose treasures glow in the resplendence of that uselessness
P. 181
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