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Jeremy Fernando

Jeremy Fernando is the Jean Baudrillard Fellow at The European Graduate School. He works in the intersections of literature, philosophy, and the media; and is the author of Reflections on (T)errorThe Suicide Bomber; and her gift of deathReading Blindly and Writing Death. Exploring other media has led him to film, music, and art; and his work has been exhibited in Seoul, Vienna, Hong Kong and Singapore. He is the general editor of both Delere Press, and the thematic magazine One Imperative; and a Fellow of Tembusu College at the National University of Singapore.

Articles

‘Light of You’ by Céline Coderey

‘Light of You’ by Céline Coderey

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Jeremy Fernando: Echoes Of and From Jean Baudrillard

Jeremy Fernando: Echoes Of and From Jean Baudrillard

After all, he be the one who called for a disappearance even before he...

‘mille-feuille’ by Jeremy Fernando

‘mille-feuille’ by Jeremy Fernando

A thousand leaves. Though in that sun — even as one is, we were, standing...

Jeremy Fernando: Apertures

Jeremy Fernando: Apertures

by Jeremy Fernando … one is photographable, ‘photogenic’, and this is perhaps the catastrophe, that...

Berit Jane chats with Jeremy Fernando

Berit Jane chats with Jeremy Fernando

What we need is techne to attempt to approach, but we never will reach,...

What Were Good to be Done by Jeremy Fernando

What Were Good to be Done by Jeremy Fernando

The teacher can only guide, lead the ones being taught. For, it is not...

‘Of twos — or one(s) too’ by Jeremy Fernando

‘Of twos — or one(s) too’ by Jeremy Fernando

And I don’t even need to see you; for I have already heard you...

Jeremy Fernando: Pink

Jeremy Fernando: Pink

An offering that might well remain in its being offered.

‘A requiem — in three …’ by Jeremy Fernando

‘A requiem — in three …’ by Jeremy Fernando

Only when one is lying there, does everyone want him for their own

Jeremy Fernando on Tan Chui Mui

For, it is not as if films speak; nor are their filmmakers there—at the...

‘Dream Sleep’ by Jeremy Fernando

‘Dream Sleep’ by Jeremy Fernando

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‘when television watched him cry’ by Jeremy Fernando

‘when television watched him cry’ by Jeremy Fernando

It should have been an afternoon. Perhaps it was. She didn’t know—he didn’t need to. In another...

Loving the Football by Jeremy Fernando

Loving the Football by Jeremy Fernando

The notion that haunts relationships is that of goodness; usually taking the form of...