From Slight Disturbances by Charles Mary Kubricht

BOMB 107 Spring 2009
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6619, 03/05/2008, 3:32:35, archival inkjet print, 2008. All images courtesy of the artist.

Several historical moments, technological stages of development, and political agendas converge at Mount Livermore, which is located 50 miles from the US–Mexico border in far West Texas. It is a landmark for drug smugglers, undocumented workers, US Border Patrol trackers, scientists, and environmentalists. By exploring the continuously shifting figure-ground relations of this multivalent landscape, the series Slight Disturbances questions what constitutes viewpoint, wholeness of form, shape, and perceptual field.

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4834, 08/31/2007, 10:32:51, archival inkjet print, 2007-8

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5184, 09/01/2007, 4:21:53, archival inkjet print, 2008

This issue of First Proof is funded in part by the Bertha and Isaac Liberman Foundation and the Thanksgiving Foundation.

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Featuring interviews with Adam Bartos and A.M. Homes, Jacqueline Humphries, Tod Williams and Billie Tsien, Andrei Codrescu, Mary Gaitskill, Matthew Buckingham, and Pauline Oliveros. 

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