This chapter addresses Alain Baidiou's theorisation of eventness by bringing it into relation with phenomenology and the artwork. In particular, it looks at the presentation of the coups in Fiji in fiction, raising questions of the phenomenology of the event, and the possibility of deconstruction.
|Title of host publication||The event, the subject, and the artwork|
|Subtitle of host publication||Into the twenty-first century|
|Place of Publication||United Kingdom|
|Publisher||Cambridge Scholars Publishing|
|Number of pages||14|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|
O'Carroll, J. (2015). Event orizon - Fiji 1987: The eventness of the event. In McCulloch, & Goodrich (Eds.), The event, the subject, and the artwork: Into the twenty-first century (1st ed., pp. 197-210). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.