Brian Dillon is professor of creative writing at Queen Mary University of London, UK. Suppose a Sentence (Fitzcarraldo Editions/New York Review Books) will be published in September 2020. He lives in London.
Various venues, Daegu, South Korea
Boris Groys in conversation with Brian Dillon
The Crypt, Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral, UK
Svetlana Boym (Princeton Architectural Press, 2008)
Tate Britain, London, UK
Boris Groys (MIT Press, Cambridge, 2008)
The sophistication of Polaroid technology was not enough to save it from obsolescence – or nostalgia
The Photographers' Gallery, London, UK
Nine theses on slapstick
For over three decades, Susan Hiller’s work has inhabited a space between knowledge and emotion, exploring histories of Modernism, photography and the occult
Susan Sontag’s journals reveal her Warholian efforts at fashioning a persona
What do lectures reveal about the lecturer?
A great magazine is one which invents its own readership
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