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CN/009 — Sept 19 2017




Above: Shklovsky said “Art exists that one may recover the sensation of life; it exists to make one feel things, to make the stone stony.“ This is certainly true of Ash Garwood’s topographic manipulations — she has made the mountains more mountainous — thus restoring their terrifying indifference.



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In Arthur Ganson’s 2012 video, The First Noble Truth the animating goad is seen not as the sensational influence of shapely Gods — but as a puckish flick from some sort of rusty Rube Goldberg.