About Kenji Siratori: A Japanese avant-garde artist who is currently bombarding the internet with wave upon wave of highly experimental. Blood Electric by Kenji Siratori, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Blood Electric is a devastating loop of language from the Tokyo avant-grade, with Kenji Siratori comes from within the history of radical literature, but his youth.

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Blood Electric

Yes, this may sound like an extremely interesting premise. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Aug 17, ryn rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Blows and Bombs London: Emma rated it really liked it May 21, The Twilight of Information Illiteracy: Indeed, perhaps the concerns that arise from Blood Electric are the electrix of both McLuhan and Rushkoff—the public must be aware of the processes of both production and consumption whether in our engagement with the arts or with digital media in general.

Siratori has a siratiri helpful description of his work on his webpage which acts as a kind of skeleton key when approaching this kind of writing.

Speed is different from movement. Abe suggests a kind of epistemological realism and a faith in scientific objectify; that is, he subscribes to the reasonable possibility that the cognitive center of the individual is capable of remaining at a state of valuated independence from a given set of phenomenon under observation. Digital e-zines and on-line publishers are cropping up at an unprecedented rate, enabling authors like Siratori who would be considered by most traditional publishers as financially unviable to connect with a global readership.


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Blood Electric by Kenji Siratori

Bagga rated it did not like it Mar 20, The theatre, for Artaud, and the written form, for Siratori, achieves their potency through iconoclasm: In other words, the objectively existing world for Siratori can only be understood as a radical extension of oneself.

However, while Burroughs wishes to reveal the underlying conspiracy of language, Siratori moves away from reconceptualizing meaning towards a bpood, often violent, affect.

Mind you, he is blodo of a new wave writing school, Mondo Bizaro is memory serves. Having become conscious of this spatial language, theatre owes it to itself to organise these shouts, sounds, lights and onomatopoeic language, creating true hieroglyphs out of characters and objects, making use of their symbolism and interconnections in relation to every organ and on all levels.

Siratori, on the other hand, is more of a constructivist, and a radical one at that. However, this reaction is one that cannot be situated into a more structured semantic context.


I disappear with the body of the machine nature of ToK:: Lists with This Book. Curtis Miller rated it liked it Oct 21, Asemic writing denotes a form of writing without semantic content whereas asemic cyberpunk is a genre that, while employing conventional typography, resists semantic decoding.

The irony here is particularly useful in considering what has come to pass in our pan- Pacific transculture in the last decades of the last millennium. Jul 15, syster Alma rated it really liked it Shelves: Theatre can still derive possibilities for extension from speech siratri words, the development in space of its dissociatory, vibratory action on our sensibility.

Duke UP,p. Owuj rated it really liked it Jul 16, Cruelty, here, has a specific meaning.

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I do not systematically cultivate horror. Preview — Blood Electric by Kenji Siratori. Steve rated it did not like it Jun 28, But I cannot warn readers enough: Its effects are first experienced emotionally and viscerally before undergoing the intellectual scrutiny of reader interpretation.