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The Highest Luxury: Reading Ranciere and the Beauty of Forgetting

“Culture closely resembles life, but it is mimicry, facsimile, a reproduction of an origin never experienced in the first place. What is left are zombie forms, mechanically driven animations of death.” Continue reading

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Living at the Museum

Edward Ainsworth’s elegiac tone poem for Chicago, addiction, Nina Simone, and a banker’s daughter. Continue reading

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