Illegibility Writ Large: Dark Ages and Pages with Charles Bernstein and James Bridle


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To accept that truth and expression can be easily conveyed is to become a ploy of dark forces, says poet, essayist, and scholar Charles Bernstein, whose “difficult” poems take on the opacity, adjacency, multiplicity and technology of language by “slipping on the banana of words.” Picking up where our conversation in the stacks of the Co-op leaves off, James Bridle calls for new metaphors and questions to guide us through our new Dark Age of information.

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