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Issue — 3

Organized by Claudia La Rocco + Gordon Faylor

A slight fluttering of panic, maroon, cerise, the seriousness of leisure.

These words come from Barbara Einzig’s Distance Without Distance, a book that evades definition and genre as it pursues another way of being. The possibility of not doing, or doing the wrong thing—being still, resisting the oppressive solemnity of the canon. Letting go of what wants to be kept. The politics of losing, and of getting lost.

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