"I PERSIST IN CONSIDERING THE WORKINGS OF LOVE AS THE MOST SERIOUS OF ALL"
- André Breton, in 'Communicating Vessels' (1932)
This page is under renovation. Thank you for your indulgence. In the meantime, please accompany a teenager or pre-teen to their local public library, for your guided visit.
Feel free, also, to follow these links on your smartphone for material pertinent to our activities:
The University of Washington's Sabine Wilke with an extended discussion of the "torn halves of an integral freedom" posited by Theodor Adorno in his 1936 letter to Walter Benjamin: https://www.scribd.com/document/119622642/SABINE-WILKE-TORN-HALVES-OF-AN-INTEGRAL-FREEDOM-ADORNO-S-AND-BENJAMIN-S-READINGS-OF-MASS-CULTURE [Journal of Comparative Literature and Aesthetics, 1988]
Ben Sisario on Primary Wave's innovations and their deal with Chris Blackwell for the Bob Marley catalogue: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/01/13/business/media/bob-marley-primary-wave.html? [The New York Times, 2018]
Can BlackRock's Laurence Fink really alter capitalism? https://www.nytimes.com/2018/01/15/business/dealbook/blackrock-laurence-fink-letter.html?_r=0 [The New York Times, 2018]
How Spotify is poised for further dramatic change in the economics of recorded music: https://www.economist.com/news/business/21734488-its-clout-streaming-could-allow-it-sign-new-artists-itself-challenging-major-record?frsc=dg%7Ce [The Economist, 2018]