Decay

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The Politics of Rot: Alex Tatarsky Interviewed by Rachel James
Alex Tartarsky performing behind glass with the letter O on it. They stand among plywood sheets with works crudely inscribed on them. Their head is thwon back with an expression of agony on their face with arms extended palms up covered in red paint.

Clowns, compost, and decomposition.

The Politics of Rot: Alex Tatarsky Interviewed by Rachel James
Alex Tartarsky performing behind glass with the letter O on it. They stand among plywood sheets with works crudely inscribed on them. Their head is thwon back with an expression of agony on their face with arms extended palms up covered in red paint.

Clowns, compost, and decomposition.

Listening to the Heart: Jacob Kirkegaard Interviewed by Julie Martin
A landscape shot of a landfill in Nairobi, Kenya, engulfed in flames and smoke.

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
Morrison 1 Body

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
Frankfurt Airport Xiii Updatedimage Body

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
Abraham 01 Body
Three Poems by Thomas Bolt
​Liz Larner

Trainyard at Noon

Platforms sag and buckle where tall weeds

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