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By Jac Saorsa

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A unprecedented collaboration among modern artwork and significant discourse, Narrating the Catastrophe courses readers via strange textual landscapes the place “being” is outlined as an act instead of a sort. Drawing on Paul Ricoeur’s thought of intersubjective narrative identification in addition to the disaster conception of Gilles Deleuze, Jac Saorsa establishes an alternate point of view from which to interpret and interact with the area round us. A hugely original—and visually appealing—take on a high-profile factor in modern serious debate, this publication will attract all these drawn to visible arts and philosophy.

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A unprecedented collaboration among modern paintings and important discourse, Narrating the disaster publications readers via surprising textual landscapes the place “being” is outlined as an act instead of a kind. Drawing on Paul Ricoeur’s thought of intersubjective narrative identification in addition to the disaster conception of Gilles Deleuze, Jac Saorsa establishes an alternate point of view from which to interpret and interact with the realm round us.

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The question to be considered here is … what is a text? You have in your hands a text. It is indeed a multiplicity of texts, where the visual images are to be seen as texts in themselves, and as such, it becomes part of a general concept of a text that goes beyond these specific pages to include every type of communicative utterance, written, verbal and visual. This concept, already expansive, is given even more breadth in Paul Ricoeur’s hermeneutic theory, wherein the concept of the text is extended into the concept of ‘textuality’, which defines any human action or situation.

Full of gratitude, he reached out to the shadow, but the Samaritan never fully revealed himself. As a shadow, he appeared and disappeared without warning or direction. He was never there, and he was always there as time superseded itself in the chiastic configuration of answered questions and questioned answers. The Samaritan challenged Challenger, speaking to him of art as he showed him philosophy, explaining the world in terms of possibility, apprehended and appropriated through interpretation.

The wolf man knew that his new and proper name would be disfigured and misspelled, retranscribed’, by Freudian theory just as the logic of tracing is in fact tree logic, the logic of reproduction, redundant even before it is finished. As Deleuze points out, Freud, ‘on the verge of discovering a rhizome, always returns to the roots’ (2003: 27). A word of caution here, before we go on our way. The concepts of multiplicity and ubiquitous connectivity dictate that to accept a simplistic dualism between map and tracing would set us on a dangerously narrow pathway towards binary logic.

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