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Preface - Paul Virilio Introduction - John Armitage PART ONE: ON THEORY, CULTURE AND SOCIETY Interview One: From Modernism to Hypermodernism and Beyond - John Armitage PART TWO: ON ARCHITECTURE Interview Two: Paul Virilio and the Oblique - Enrique Limon Interview Three: The Time of the Trajectory - Andreas Ruby PART THREE: ON SPEED-SPACE AND CHRONOPOLITICS Interview Four: Speed-Space - Chris Dercon Interview Five: Perception, Politics and the Intellectual - Niels Br[um]ugger Interview Six: The Information Bomb - Friedrich Kittler PART FOUR: ON ART, TECHNOCULTURE AND THE INTEGRAL ACCIDENT Interview Seven: Paul Virilio - J[ac]er[ci]ome Sans Interview Eight: Paul Virilio - Dominique Joubert & Christiane Carlut Interview Nine: The Dark Spot of Art - Catherine David Interview Ten: Landscape of Events Seen at Speed - Pierre Sterckx Interview Eleven: Not Words but Visions! - Nicholas Zurbrugg PART FIVE: ON THE STRATEGIES OF DECEPTION Interview Twelve: The Kosovo W@r Did Take Place - John Armitage Suggested Further Reading Select Bibliography of the Works of Paul Virilio - John Armitage

About the Author

John Armitage is Principal Lecturer in politics and media studies at the University of Northumbria, Newcastle upon Tyne.


`Read Virilio at his spoken best: accelerated, corrosive, prophetic. Virilio is trying to wake up everyone that slumbers as the information bomb disappears the autonomous subject, trivializes democratic politics, and turns Western ways of war into a videogame. Drivign a stake into the heart of the military-industrial-media-entertainment network, Virilio Live could well be the best possible antidote yet for the virtually undead' - James Der Derian, editor of The Virilio Reader `The spontaneity of the interview form brings otu the best in Virilio. This is an indispensable guide to the work and thought of one of the most important contemporary thinkers. A lively and thought-provoking collection, it will be welcomed by initiates and newcomers alike' - Professor Kevin Robins, Goldsmiths College, University of London

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