Decay

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The Politics of Rot: Alex Tatarsky Interviewed by Rachel James
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Clowns, compost, and decomposition.

The Politics of Rot: Alex Tatarsky Interviewed by Rachel James
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Clowns, compost, and decomposition.

Listening to the Heart: Jacob Kirkegaard Interviewed by Julie Martin
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Recordings of endless border walls, vast piles of garbage, and organs in the human body.

Bill Morrison’s Decasia: The State of Decay by Eric David Johnson
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Deterioration is a central theme of Decasia, from its dark and somber score to the images themselves, riddled with bubbles and cracks. Nostalgia, existence, transcendence and death all combine to form a beautiful work of film.

Vera Lutter by Peter Wollen
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According to most accounts, the camera obscura was developed in Europe during the 13th- and 14th-centuries, although versions of the device may have been used even earlier in China and the Arab world. 

Raimund Abraham by Carlos Brillembourg
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Three Poems by Thomas Bolt
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Trainyard at Noon

Platforms sag and buckle where tall weeds

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