Loplop

A multivalent project, centered primarily around a text, that seeks to portray an incidental theory of recombining material. Through the alternation between and simultaneous embodiment of poetics and criticality, the work establishes a conceptual models presented to us by the metaphorical Charles Guiteau and Max Ernst's Loplop: the former, a dead and delirious voice animated to negotiate a schizophrenic topography, the latter, a shape shifting beast. Loplop is a critique of absurdism, nihilism, accelerationism, sound, modernist literature, contamination, disintegration, and accumulation.

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