CURRENTS

THE AMODERNS: THINKING WITH ZOE

A Feature Interview with Rosi Braidotti

Heather Davis, Rosi Braidotti

ANTHOLOGY OF THE ILLEGIBLE

Poésie de Mots Inconnus, 1949, Paris, Edités par Le Degré 41

Johanna Drucker

READING THE SIGNS

Translation, Multilingualism, and the New Regimes of Attention

Michael Cronin

ON TRYING

André Hodeir and the Music Essay

John Mowitt

DREDGING THE ILLEGIBLE

Photogram, Phoneme, Ph. . .ontology

Garrett Stewart

GLî†CHÉD IN †RAN$LA†ION

Rèading †ex† and Codè as a Plaÿ of $pacés

Matt Applegate

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APPROACHING THE CONTEMPORARY

On (Post-)Conceptual Writing

Luke Skrebowski

Can we speak of “contemporary literature” in an emphatic sense of both terms? In order to frame this question developments in recent art theory are discussed since it is here that the issue of “the contemporary” has been staged most insightfully. The broader problematic of “contemporary literature” is subsequently approached by means of a close consideration of conceptual writing which claims to have updated literature by integrating a series of conceptualist artistic strategies into it. As such, it stands as a particularly appropriate site for a reckoning of the relations between the arts after the opening of the expanded field in the later twentieth century.