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Richard Grusin is Professor of English at University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee. His research fields include: media, cinema, history of representation, as well as the environmental, cultural, and American studies.

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The Nonhuman Turn

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Anthropocene Feminism

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After Extinction

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“Art, understood along these terms, is not yet about an object, about a form, or a content. It is still on its way, in its manner of becoming. It is intuition, in the Bergsonian sense. As Henri Bergson defines it, intuition is the art—the manner—in which the very conditions of experience are felt. Beyond the state (and the status quo), across the force of the actual, intuition touches on the decisive turn within experience in the making that activates a difference within time’s durational folds: intuition activates the proposition at the heart of the as yet unthought.”
Richard Grusin, The Nonhuman Turn

“Desire has no particular object. It is a vector. Its object is before it, always to come. Desire vectorizes being toward the emergence of the new. Desire is one with the auto-conducting movement of becoming.”
Richard Grusin, The Nonhuman Turn

“The art of time makes this more-than of the object felt, and it does so by activating the differential of time in the making, the difference between what was and what will be. For all actualization is in fact differentiation. The in-act is the dephasing of the process toward the coming into itself of an occasion of experience. In this dephasing, the differences in kind between the not-yet and the will-have-been are felt, but only at the edges of experience. They are felt in the moving, activating the more-than.”
Richard Grusin, The Nonhuman Turn



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