Kim Calder discusses QED II at Jacket2

QED_Year_2_Part_3Over at Jacket2, Kim Calder reviews Les Figues’ QED II series at MAK Schindler House in three parts, noting that:

The gap between [perception and evidence] might be said to approximate the “gaps and silences” that made up queer time for Matias Viegener in the first Q.E.D. this year. What speculative future, as discussed in regard to the idea of gender in the second event, might open up here? Alas, we seem to have returned to the question of what Quentin Meillassoux posits as the problem of “correlationism,” or the problem of contemporary philosophy after Kant, the insistence that “we only ever have access to the correlation between thinking and being, and never to either term considered apart from the other.” This year’s series of events, each in its own way, troubled this apparent division.

Head over to Jacket2 for the full texts of part one, part two, and part three.

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