Monthly Archives: February 2011

Art Party 2: The One With the Books

A) Pierre Huyghes Aquarium Project for DIS Magazine sets out to establish fish tanks as environmental narratives, using color, tone, and life-as-character. It’s just a sort of ‘sketch,’ basically, but it’s pretty astounding. I like the idea of narrative interior … Continue reading

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KATHY ACKER SAYS THAT NARRATIVES ARE PURELY FOR SHIT

I am only on page 97 of 134 of Kathy Acker’s Rip-Off Red, Girl Detective (that’s the beginning of part 4), but I kind of want to talk about certain things already. Kathy Acker is an author who, as much … Continue reading

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