Guillem Valle • New Yorker

Friday, 15 January 2016

“Importing too much linear narrative on the images threatened a (different) kind of false cohesion as well. Ultimately questions felt way more honest than anything else, and the form of a catechism (even though it turned into a very strange one) summoned this practice of pedagogy and sense-making—learning the basic rules of the world. But here it was learning the rules of how the world falls apart.” Leslie Jamison as interviewed by Jonathan Lee • Guernica

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