5 responses to “Calling Out To (Anti)Liveness: Recording and the Question of Presence”

  1. Robin James (@doctaj) says :

    Loved the post! Your last paragraph reminds me of Attali’s discussion of “use-time” in Noise. What we appreciate in a recording isn’t its use or its exchange value, but the time, the human capital, invested in it.

  2. mr. oyola says :

    For those interested in reading more of my writing on BDP/KRS-One, be sure to check out: “’It’s Not About a Salary. It’s All About Reality. . .’ KRS-One, ‘My Philosophy’ & Discursive Tension” over on The Middle Spaces.

    http://themiddlespaces.wordpress.com/2013/08/12/its-not-about-a-salary-its-all-about-reality-krs-one-my-philosophy-discursive-tension/

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