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on 29 July 2010
Not the most well known and cited of Deleuze's works, nor his most extensive or philosophically ground-breaking (see Difference and Repetition and A Thousand Plateaus), but certainly amongst his most beautiful.

Deleuze works through the thought of Leibniz and the Baroque to explicate the notion of 'monads' and folded continuums; or, the fabric of life. As with all of Deleuze's works, this is not a metaphor: it is a manifesto for art practice, inter-relations, and non-organic living, aimed towards the creation of a new Baroque movement that will unleash the intensive power of virtual multiplicities and differential processes enfolded within our world.

Highly recommended.

(The Continuum edition is also very beautifully put together - font and layout are great, as is the cover desing and overall look and feel of the book.)
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on 7 February 2014
French post-structuralist Bacon. Deterritorializations/Reterritorializations, the experience of the C20th century, rendered into a pictoral form which merits philosophical investigation and enquiry.
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on 9 May 2016
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