Dark Materialism Podcast

The podcast for the Dark Materialism event is now available online here. The Natural History Museum was a perfect venue for discussions of the ancestral realm, and there was a number of interesting pieces ranging from dark gnosticism, to topological voids, and the subtractive regime of anorexia.

Friday’s Speculative Medievalisms event was also a big success, thanks to the conference organisers’ hard work. Podcasts of the event should be up soon, but for now I’ve posted my PowerPoint online here. There’s talk of a publication eventually being formed from the presentations (including one from the absent Reza Negarestani), which will hopefully make a great collection.


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