After the publication of his great essay, Über das Neue, Boris Groys became one of the most widely discussed writers in contemporary art and philosophy. His books address questions of media theory, economics and aesthetics as well as the problems of totalitarianism or religion and are the result of a keen pleasure in intellectual experimentation rare in theoretical debates. This book, comprising four exhaustive conversations with Thomas Knoefel, links central concepts of Groys' philosophical universe: desire, suspicion, death and power. The conversations reveal hidden connections between Groys' previous works and outline the intellectual horizon that his thinking approaches from divergent directions.
The Politics of Immortality
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