reassemblage


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reassemblage

(ˌriːəˈsɛmblɪdʒ)
n
formal a new or further gathering or collection
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From this standpoint, the extensive continuum of actualities that determines their material ground of sequential connection and recursive calculations splits itself into thousands of quantities, the assymetrical reassemblage of which becomes a nexus of actualities or a space-event.
8) However, I will argue that Doblin's repeated disarticulation and reassemblage of bodies in the novel, far from constituting a warning against the Promethean hubris of the technological impulse, instead undermines conceptual dichotomies in which nature is pitted against technology, the organic against the mechanical, and the human against the non-human.
I do not intend to speak about, just speak nearby," Trinh famously declares in her 1982 film, Reassemblage.
Yet, rather than speculating, we leave these issues for future research on the potential reassemblage of the TCC beyond entrepreneurial intent.
The third work in this essay, Reassemblage (1982), a film made by Vietnamese artist and theorist Trinh T.
The second section looks at music as communication and community, with essays on topics such as the gamelan community in Dunedin and musical reassemblage in the jazz diaspora.
Chantal Massol's ingenious reading of Histoire d'un bras, which focuses on bodily dismemberment and reassemblage in relation to narrative secrets, is similarly subsumed into a critical concern with "la valeur reflexive du texte" (333), so that the story becomes a "meta-poetic" undoing of "la metaphore organiciste" (334).
For Frodon, the kaleidoscopic reassemblage of these images of official and personal histories and popular imagination testifies to "the difficulty of dealing with the inherited past and the remains of history.
As the first institution to modernize itself under the Ottoman Empire (to sustain its power), it legitimized itself in the global reassemblage of imperial powers (71) as a modernizer that founded a secular nation-state from a dwindling Empire.
Yet--and here I'm wondering if I'm trying to have my cake and eat it too--if my procedure of computer-assisted collage, my use of radical reassemblage was able to make the poem "tune .
To those sleeping underground, perhaps the sounds of the stirring world above enter their dreams in a jumbled state and incorporate themselves into the bear's dreams in such fantastic reassemblage as to create the most amazing dreams and stories imaginable.