Edited 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.