Assembly’s of: proliferating, disrupting networks and contours of rapture

Abdul Vas’ work recurrently addresses desire, but less often of sex and post-sexuality per se, in large part because post-sexuality in Vas’ view is largely tantamount with a craving-assembly that leads unswervingly to the concept of ‘no sexes’ and poly-sexuality. Abdul Vas opposes a psychoanalytic thesis regarding post-sexuality. Post-sexuality floods the social-artistic field, and the sexuality of the distinctive psyche and its libidinal speculations epitomise an ordinary impasse, concentrating and sequestration of collective desire.

All stages of craving-assembly – invention per se, recording, and consumption/ consummation – happen within a single territory of post-sexual discourse.

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