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What An Investment in Black Life Looks Like: An Interview with Quenton Baker

Richard Chiem

05.09.17

Quenton Baker in conversation with Richard Chiem about his book, This Glittering Republic, which unflinchingly dives deep into many questions surrounding the state of blackness in America.

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Sound and Not

Grant Maierhofer

05.08.17

How does noise change who we are? What is the difference between noise as music and mere cacophony? Grant Maierhofer meditates on the influence of chaotic audio in his life, including SUNN O))), Joy Division, and The Body.

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In Search of Duende: Marina Abramović’s Feral Power

Bradyn Sloan

05.04.17

“The ephemerality and immateriality of the evening lurk in the vaulted space, threaten the elevated precise present, and host duende, which by nature comes awake when time and element are allocated as such.” Bradyn Sloan elegantly charts the duende within a recent Seattle visit by Yugoslavian performance artist Marina Abramović.

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Case Clown

Mairead Case

04.27.17

What does it mean to perform as a clown? What can be gleaned from the experience and carried over into life, creation?

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PLIE, TENDU, DEGAGE: 3 MEDITATIONS ON DANCE

Devin Kelly

04.24.17

“Disengage. Set free. Leave. Forgive. Never look back. Look back. Lot’s wife. Orpheus. Fear. Freefall. Loving. Never loving again. Pillar of salt. Banishment. Disembodied, disemboweled, disembarked. Divorce.” Devin Kelly provides a moving exploration of the intersection between lives and bodies.

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IN CONDITIONS OF INSUFFICIENT LIGHT

Katie Burke

04.19.17

“Dear Mom, I am never where I say I am but I am sure that by now, you know this. My hair is only getting shorter with age.” New work from Katie Burke.

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Should A Cyborg Punch a Nazi? An Interview with Mark O’Connell

Drew Toal

04.17.17

“Will humanity use technology to upgrade ourselves into gods, or will the technology itself render us obsolete? Even if we could live forever, should we?” Drew Toal dives deep into cyborg ethics with Mark O’Connell, author of To Be A Machine: Adventures Among Cyborgs, Utopians, Hackers, and the Futurists Solving the Modest Problem of Death.

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In The Red Barn: A Conversation with Nat Baldwin

Troy James Weaver

04.11.17

Nat Baldwin in conversation with Troy James Weaver about his debut work of fiction, The Red Barn, out now from Calamari Press.

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MORTIFICATIONS

Adam Fleming Petty

04.10.17

Adam Fleming Petty examines the value overlap between hardcore punk and Christianity, based on his experiences growing up in late 90s rural Indiana.

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Body Horror: Eating disorders, anatomy, and place (2)

Oliver Zarandi

04.06.17

Part 2 of Oliver Zarandi’s meditation on body, gore, consumption, and physical influence, steering now toward the worlds of Cronenberg, Basketcase, and Travis Bickle.