sexta-feira, 8 de julho de 2016

it’s all part of the same tangled constellation

"He's interested in seeing where the flaws in the work may have originated, or what might cause his aversion to it. You don't engage with something this deeply if you don't love it, or love the world that caused it to come into existence.
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By contextualizing art within the lives of its creators and his own, Hilton uncovers larger truths about sexuality, gender, race, and all the ways in which we use art to find ourselves through, or in spite of, these facets of identity. Nothing exists in a vacuum; it's all part of the same tangled constellation.

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I wrote thousands of pages about that boy by starting them all as emails to you, because your supportive ears could trick me into forgetting I was performing the dreaded task of writing."

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