Sharing The Void: Boundlessness In Allana Clarke’s ‘Notes On Belonging To Boundaries’
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Sharing The Void: Boundlessness In Allana Clarke’s ‘Notes On Belonging To Boundaries’

Our experience of bodies resides along a spectrum of envy and repulsion. René Girard observed that tragedies and comedies alike are driven by mimetic desire, a contagious wanting that drives all social relations. Girard articulated that the repression of envy is the real repression of our time. Desire for a kind of knowing and mastery … Continue reading

Where Does Queer Art Go Without An Ideal Sexualized Body?: ‘newflesh’ At Rubber Factory
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Where Does Queer Art Go Without An Ideal Sexualized Body?: ‘newflesh’ At Rubber Factory

In the essay collection After Sex?: On Writing Since Queer Theory, the numerous contributors grapple with queer theory leaving identity and sexuality in the dust. Heather Love’s essay “Queers _____ This” begins with her admitting her own hesitation to giving up her connection with her lesbian identity. Discussing the universalizing impulse in queer theory, Love provides … Continue reading