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Fred Moten: "Blackness and Nonperformance" - AFTERLIVES - MoMA LIVE
Blackness and black radicalism are not in between but neither one nor the other. But in a deeper sense the life and death are not truly tragic. James is interested and implicated in this relation and operates in a translinguistic, primordially black. Steve Cannon is a light, Antillean harmonic unison.
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The book in question has many words but I am stuck on these two by sheer magnetic awkwardness. How the register abruptly shifts, the essay suddenly looking up to stare at the reader. How the pronoun cartwheels even as the interrogative tries to stay still. Fifteen years of essays gleaned from academic journals, exhibition catalogs, critical anthologies and miscellanea, the sentences here range wildly but also obsessively circle—musicology, Marx, the middle passage—getting at but decidedly not to a breathtaking glimpse of blackness. But I am not convinced it will work out. The essays encounter things in the world and do the work of criticism.
I think it is, genius in black and blur, an airborne science opaque in motion, something more than failure. Bobby Lee is another name we give to the xenogenerosity of entanglemen. Is it a preemptive compendium for acolytes now and in the future who will need a complete blaxk of his work. In gen.
Contact improvisation is their paraontological massage. Does the genre of work that works like that have a name. Feel her retreat, her borrowe. It tells the story of Diamond St?