Feminist Worldmaking and the Moving Image reminds us that feminist visions are abundant, and feminist critique is generative.
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Memoir as the Fragments of Memory
When Michel Leiris died in 1990 at age 89 he was a canonical figure in France, mainly for having remade the genre of memoir in his own image.
The Radical, Playful, and Primal Perspectives of Michael Snow
Edited by the late, great Anette Michelson and Kenneth White, the essays in Michael Snow refresh our notions of experimentation.
Visceral Drawings From Antonin Artaud’s Final Years
Spanning a period of more than 20 years, the works in Antonin Artaud: Drawings and Portraits are a devastating record of a soul lashing out and grasping at the page.