Table of Contents Volume 6, Number 2 (July 2009)


Bending over a pool of water, Narcissus quenches his thirst. His image is no longer “other”; it is a surface that absorbs and seduces him, which he can approach but never pass beyond. For there is no beyond, just as there is no reflexive distance between him and his image. The mirror of water is not a surface of reflection, but of absorption (Baudrillard, Seduction, 1979:67).


J.G. Ballard: Philosopher of the Future Present


Jean Baudrillard. "A pill against your house burning down" Fragements in celebration of the 80th anniversary of Baudrillard's birth (July 27, 1929).

Patrick Burton. A Time Of, and For, Endearment

Alain Gauthier [In French]. La Singularité de Jean Baudrillard

Simon Labrecque. Radical Memory? Baudrillard Viewed From the Walls of Québec City

Sacha Staples. Incarcerated By A Discourse of Binaries: America’s Mediated Culture of Terror

Garen J. Torikian. Against a Perpetuating Fiction: Disentangling Art From Hyperreality


An Interview With Alan Cholodenko


Books By and About Baudrillard

Alain Gauthier [In French]. Penser les formes

Jean Baudrillard and Marc Guillaume. “Cool Thinking” – Introduction to Radical Alterity


From the Web

Jason Sperb. Baudrillard and the Hulk

Sylvere Lotringer. On Jean Baudrillard


On The Web

Holland Wilde. The Baudrillard Blender: An Ethnographically Performative Response to Media Coverage of the 2008 US Elections

Chris Miller. Fusion


Book Reviews

Victoria Z. Alexander. Sculpture In An Art World Deeply At Odds With Itself: A Review of Judith Collins. Sculpture TodayLondon: Phaidon, 2007

Pramod Nayar. Deflating The ‘Transcendence Of The Body’ Metaphor: A Review of Mark Hansen. Bodies in Code: Interfaces with Digital Media. New York and London: Routledge, 2006

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