‘Genesis Eternal’: After Paul Klee<sup>1</sup>

John David Dewsbury and Nigel Thrift

in Deleuze and Space

Published by Edinburgh University Press

Published in print June 2005 | ISBN: 9780748618743
Published online September 2012 | e-ISBN: 9780748671762 | DOI:
‘Genesis Eternal’: After Paul Klee1

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This chapter shows that the pathways or routes through Deleuze's texts form an open tracery: ‘There is no heart, but only a problem – that is, a distribution of notable points; there is no centre but always decentring, series, from one to another, with the limp of a presence and a absence – of an excess, of a deficiency’. And that, within this open system, this problem of immanent space and representation is distributed across three main terrain: first, across the realm of art and the role of genesis in this practice; second, in the face of a politics of encountering the foreign; and, third, in the field of a science grappling with the nature within us and the role it played in Klee's programme of artistic expression.

Keywords: Deleuze; geography; immanent space; representation

Chapter.  9209 words. 

Subjects: Social and Political Philosophy

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