Tuesday, February 17, 2009

i learned evrything i evr wanted to know about deleuze from the red hot chili peppers

dear wikipedia,
thank you for making sense of the world.


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

"A pop culture example that comments on global reterritorialization is the song "Californication" by the Red Hot Chili Peppers. The song is about how California's culture influences the world; a trend that is picked up in California will likely be picked up everywhere in the global community. One of the final verses of the song mentions the destruction that takes place during deterritorialization, but how that opens up the opportunity for reterritorialization: “Destruction leads to a very rough road but it also breeds creation, and earthquakes are to a girl's guitar, they're just another good vibration, and tidal waves couldn't save the world from Californication.” These lyrics capture the essence of reterritorialization at a global level. California is, in a since, a cultural node in the global community; a place where international trends begin. Deterritorialization and reterritorialization are a continuous part of the evolution of the global culture, and mass media is its catalyst."

"in-a-since plays in the backyard of ignorance"


anna wiener said...

read it and weep

thefirstalumtofollowthisblog said...

what about middletownification?

I hear there's like one in every state.