Correspondance Critique is the online presence of the spirit which has animated the two contributors’ exchanges from their first encounter. Three years onward C- and P- remain in an ongoing conversation, questioning each other on issues connected to politics, film, history, art, society, literature, gender, theory, sex and music. This platform intends to share these interrogations and open up the discussion to others. It takes the form of alternating submissions from each author. Inspired by the erotic potential of the letter in Choderlos de Laclos’ epistolary novel Les Liaisons Dangereuses, it transposes a time-tested means of communication to the interactive sphere of the internet in a bid to seduce, challenge, and explore new arenas together.
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