Links of the Week

Many of these links have been tweeted in the past, but here I can tag and categorise them for future reference. I hope you find some of them interesting too. Please feel free to discuss in comments or on Twitter.

An archival collection of Russian Futurist recordings, 1920-1959. [MP3]

Steven Connor’s essay on sand, The Dust That Measures All Our Time [PDF].

Conversation with Krzysztof Kieślowski.

Another great meditation on writing by Tim Parks: The Mind Outside My Head.

Bertolt Brecht audio archive: interviews, statements, radio plays, testimonies.

Kathy Acker audio archive: readings, poems, interviews, musical collaborations.

Cinephilia and Beyond YouTube channel.

Metamorphose (1999). Documentary about the life of MC Escher.

The complete annotated text of Conrad’s Nostromo.

Joseph Conrad and Ford Madox Ford: The Collaborative Texts.

A pictorial supplement to Conrad’s Heart of Darkness.

“I like art that seems to want to be destroyed ..” Blake Butler on fiction.

Comprehensive collection of Max Weber’s texts, and secondary literature.

Werner Herzog’s The Enigma of Kasper Hauser with English subtitles (Complete).

Dope Menace: The Sensational World of Drug Paperbacks 1900-1975 – a ‘stately preview‘.

Guy Debord’s film The Society of the Spectacle (Complete).

A guided tour through Jean-Luc Godard’s allusive Film Socialisme.

Human Nature: Justice versus Power, Noam Chomsky debates with Michel Foucault [full transcript].

Derek Jarman’s Caravaggio (complete).

Rare Chris Marker TV series The Owl’s Legacy on ancient Greece.

Judith Butler – On Never Having Learned How to Live.

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