De/light me! is the working title for a reader which will be edited by the
Curating theory group (judith fischer, robert garnett, ana peraica), and
published with budget assistance from the Jan Van Eyck Academie in
After organizing a Curating trigger words program in Maastricht, entitled
password: E. P. (en passant),
the curating theory group is now interested in publishing a reader concerned
with the second orders theorizing.
We are interested into the following line of topics, left open for both
textual and visual contributions;
mental delightment ____________ overtheoretising ____________ forgotten
theory ____________ authoring theory ____________ undead authors
____________ revised versions ____________ quotation business ____________
stick to your own words! ____________ coded text ___________ hacking
theory___________stylish theory____________ theory superstars ____________
pseudonyms ____________ institutionalisation of thought ___________ names
as fetishes ____________ fabricating thoughts ____________ survive
overexposure ____________ commodification of theory ____________ theory as
business ____________ reading theory____________ rewriting
theory____________ performing theory ____________ embody theory____________
fastburning theory ____________ bad theory______________selling
Please, send your contributions via e-mail to editors, firstname.lastname@example.org
, in readable format, by the February 1st, 2000. Textual contributions
should not be longer than 4 000 words. Concept of and Contributions to this
Reader are going to be presented at the Post-Enlightenment conference at
Jan Van Eyck Academie in Holland, in mid of May 2000.To be published later
Copyright will be retained by authors.
Curating theory group
/for text contributions/
curator and theoretician, Croatia.
Currently writes on Horrors in theory
writer and curator, Austria.
Currently works on a new book (viola),
which deals with vampiric modes of reading and
/visual contributions editor/
curator and critic, Great Britain.
Currently works on theory of Pitching.