By JoMo (@jomotopia), Two Worlds.
Zoé Numan, via booooooom.
Maciek Wolański, Kosmos.
Kirsty Templeton Davidge; whose art reminds me of my mom.
Pol Pintó, from the series Teletrabajo 01.
Jiab Prachakul (via booooooom).
Starlings I and II from Ploterre / Rebecca J Kaye (see description here).
Samuel Rodriguez, various collections.
Rune Fisker, Above.
By Anna May Henry (Instagram).
Helen Bur, via booooooom.
From An Anthology II by Yukai Du.
From the Utopian Imagination exhibit, curated by Jaishri Abichandani, plus Lola Flash’s Syzygy I (more here).
From Ghost Stories, by Sarah Maxwell.
From Hanif Abdurraqib’s They Can’t Kill Us Until They Kill Us. The demand is simple: no one gets to speak the name of my city without first knowing it as I have. The interior of the land is always layered. Yes, sometimes with blood, but sometimes with bodies marching, with bodies moving, with bodies floodedContinue reading “FOUR HUNDRED AND NINETY NINE”