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Origins of Theory-Fiction

1. Mark Fisher – Flatline Constructs (1999)
2. Adam Curtis – The Living Dead (1995)
3. Jeff VanderMeer – Annihilation (2014)
4. Koyaanisqatsi (1982)
5. DJ Screw
6. Aphex Twin – Richard D. James Album (1996)
7. One Hour Photo (2002)
8. Antonin Artaud – “On the Balinese Theatre” (1938)
9. Joan Hawkins – Afterword to I Love Dick (2006)
10. Lessons of Darkness (1992)
11. Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak – “Subaltern Studies: Deconstructing Historiography” (1985)
12. Benjamin Bratton – The Revenge of the Real (2021)


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