Journal for Patterns Recognised
The Journal for Patterns Recognised is a new journal dedicated to the study of distorted pattern recognition.. Small wonder that in the long history of research into speculative modes of knowledge practised by writers, artists and revolutionaries of all sorts, methods for experimental pattern recognition have always been important (i.e. cut-ups, scrying, generative walks, hallucinatory substances). The Journal for Patterns Recognised seeks to widen the understanding of these methodologies. Only in our own time, the fundamental importance of pattern recognition for cognition has come into full view, consequently we can only now place the phenomena centre-stage in the history of counterculture.