Peter Lemmens’ works paraphrase Jay McInnerney when they mention “Mine is not an autonomous imagination”.
Peter Lemmens’ works paraphrase Roland Barthes when they mention “A frequent image: that of the ship Argo (luminous and white), each piece of which the Argonauts gradually replaced, so that they ended with an entirely new ship, without having to alter either its name or its form”.
Peter Lemmens’ works paraphrase Rebecca Gordon-Nesbitt when they mention “art cannot be dissociated from the conditions of its production and distribution”.
Peter Lemmens’ works paraphrase Pierre Huyghe when they mention “this is the time of the storyteller rather than the historian”.
Peter Lemmens’ works paraphrase Julietta Aranda when they mention “circulationism is not about the art of making an image, but of postproducing, launching, and accelerating it. It is about the public relations of images across social networks, about advertisement and alienation”.
Peter Lemmens’ works paraphrase Yuk Hui when they mention “conventional notions of originality, authenticity, objecthood, narrative, and style were supplanted by appropriation, duplication, distribution, juxtaposition, and randomness”.
Peter Lemmens’ works paraphrase Jacques Rancière when they mention “the relationship between art and politics is not a passage from fiction to reality, but a relationship between two ways of making a fiction”.
Peter Lemmens’ works paraphrase Fabrice Grinda when they mention “a long tail model may lead to improvement in a society’s level of culture”.
Peter Lemmens’ works paraphrase somebody else when they mention “the horror of Groundhog Day is not being stuck in today, but knowing the future is set”.
Peter Lemmens’ works paraphrase Max Haiven when they mention “The appearance of ‘creativity’ as the partner of destruction here is no accident”.
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