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On an installation in the Milwaukee Art Museum

The room a little ventricle on the second floor, tucked away. Cut with a surgeon’s precision, a sudden dark corner of a museum of lapping light and mute waves. There, the open heart beats on film. A red bed is … Continue reading

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aunt marion

i saw her in a play she was the best one she answered the telephone in a funny way and i laughed marion red hair vibrant aunt she danced to walk and ever laughed and talked and she listened and … Continue reading

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Gil Scott-Heron’s hat the line the human face is drawn on left side is our show side: red right side the real side and blue televised the image flips and the real side shows

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