The Internet thinks me. The Virtual thinks me. My double is wandering through the networks, where I shall never meet him. For that parallel universe has no relation to this one. It is an artifical transcription of it, but it does not reflect it. The Virtual is no longer the potentially real, as it once was. Non referential – orbital and exorbital – it is never again intended to meet up with the real world. Having absorbed the original, it produces the world as undecidable. (Jean Baudrillard. Impossible Exchange. New York: Verso, 2001:15).
The Prospects of Radical Politics – Baudrillard and Zizek
Interview with Baudrillard
Baudrillard on DVD
Jean Baudrillard. The Evil Demon of Images (97 minutes). DVD, First Mari Kuttna Memorial Lecture, University of Sydney, Australia (1984). [Dedication: Hermann Black, Chancellor of University of Sydney; Remembrance: David Stratton; Introduction by Virginia Spate. Moderator of question period: Alan Cholodenko; Translator: Maria Shevtsova].
Jean Baudrillard. The Year 2000 Will Not Take Place (70 minutes). DVD, Australia (1984). [Moderator: Edward Colless; Translator: Philippe Tanguy].
Engaging Baudrillard: Papers From Swansea
Gerry Coulter. “Baudrillard’s Artist: Edward Hopper”. Review of Carol Troyen, Judith Barter, Janet Comey, Elliot Davis, and Ellen Roberts. Edward Hopper (An exhibition catalogue of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and the Art Institute of Chicago). Boston and New York: MFA Boston and Distributed Art Publishers, 2007.
Joseph Nechvatal. “Rancière’s Art Politics With Deleuze and Guattari in Mind”. Book Review of Jacques Rancière’s The Politics of Aesthetics. Continuum Press, London and New York.
Joseph Nechvatal. “Into The Networked World”. Book Review of Jussi Parikka’s Digital Contagions: A Media Archaeology of Computer Viruses. Peter Lang Books, 2007.