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by Karen Rosetzsky (credit: rosetzsky.com) Advertisements

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“You are alive right this second. That is an amazing thing,” they told me. When you consider the nearly infinite number of forks in the road that lead to any single person being born, they said, you must be grateful … Continue reading

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History originates from a fantasy. This is why I choose to start from the end, the product, the exhaust catapulted from the lips of a factory line. What is the fantasy, but a performance of desires around power, yet more … Continue reading

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My initials make me who I am: Andre Bradley. A box could be a prison. It could be a school. It could be your idea of me. The space inside similar places–like the American classroom, or American prison cells used … Continue reading

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and his neck by Davide Maione (credit: davidemaione.com)

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One of my first visions when I woke up from my operation was that I didn’t have to be an artist to justify my existence, that I had a right to live without being one. Eva Hesse in interview with … Continue reading

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