"Looking at the terminology it is very hard to understand if the superordinary is an oxymoron in which the super opposes the ordinary, or it is the absolute opposite in which the superordinary determines the superlative of ordinary to its greatest degree in its ontological form. Although the etymology of what is considered “ordinary” relates to something normal with no special features, in the context of what we determine as superordinary they are anything but ordinary."
Essays by Andrew Potter, Benjamin Lebel, Elizabeth Biron, Elizabeth Quigley, Ian Robertson, James Jarzyniecki, Jennifer Wrynn, Kelly Quinn, Mathew DesSureault, Matt Uminski, Michael DiSalvatore, Nicholas Ter Meer, Ross Lyons, Sean Hurley, Shannon Atherto, and Sinead Weldon.
Design and layout by Matt Uminski, & Ter Meer.
Superordinary: On the Problematique of the Ordinary. Essay by Antonio Petrov
This is a result of a graduate seminar at the Wentworth Institute of Technology led by Antonio Petrov. 2012