Two different snakes, from Lauren Napolitano.
From Alexander Reben’s all prior art (see also: all the claims).
Annie Baillargeon, from the (unsettling) collection, Les natures mortes.
Excerpt from Dear Friend by Dean Young: What happens when your head splits open and the bird flies out, its two notes deranged? You got better, I got better, wildflowers rimmed the crater, glitter glitter glitter. We knew someone whose father died then we knew ourselves. Astronomer, gladiator, thief, a tombstone salesman. All our vacations […]
From The Irradiated International by Lou Cornum, via Data & Society. In 1998, a group of Dene elders from Northwest Canada traveled to Hiroshima to meet with survivors and descendants of survivors of the atomic bomb dropped some fifty years earlier. Some of the uranium used to kill more than 200,000 people in Japan had been mined […]
By Ilya Milstein — I love his detail and his titles. In order: “A Library by the Tyrrhenian Sea,” “The Minimalist,” and “On Exactitude in Science.”
Instructions from Nicole He‘s The Best Art computer (human outputs available here).
Microchips boiled in acid, by ZeptoBars via Present & Correct. .
“Partition,” in If They Come For Us, by Fatimah Asghar (via Clint Smith).
From ruby onyinyechi amanze via Wayétu Moore in the Paris Review. She also has a beautiful artist’s statement.
Sasha Ignatiadou, via Instagram — I love her patterns and florals.
Kim Leneghan illustration.
The last song of the Kaua‘i ‘Ö‘ö, from Ben Shattuck’s essay in The Rumpus.
By Billy-Ray Belcourt (2017), via Matthew Ogle’s Pome. Towards a Theory of Decolonization 1. forget everything you’ve learned about love. 2. investment is the social practice whereby one risks losing it all to be part of something that feels like release. lose everything with me. 3. indian time is a form of time travel. a […]
Stacey Rozich via Booooooom.