Audio from a film. Watch it here: https://vimeo.com/292243431
Features new music from John Barner. Stream and buy the record here: https://americanresiduerecords.bandcamp.com/album/darker-places
I used to dream satisfaction in quiet commerce.
Past experiences made new.
Wandering the aisles - no one there.
Belief a strange buzz - energy left over from all that's typical.
I'd rarely buy.
Just look. Touch.
Erasure is violence. Ever, always, being justified: “The director said she made the changes so as ‘not [to] show them.'”
Sun Yung Shin is the voice in the piece. She is a writer and educator living in Minneapolis where she co-directs the community organization Poetry Asylum with poet Su Hwang. When The Beguiled was released in 2017, she was part of a conversation about the whitewashing of its narrative and the violence of erasure that is justified everyday.
The 1966 novel had a black female slave as a supporting character, whom director Sofia Coppola removed from the film; and for a biracial character from the novel, she cast white actress Kirsten Dunst.
an end or final part of something, especially a period of time
the furthest part or point of something.
"a nerve ending"
properties of transmission and deflection.
the way in which an event or course of action is perceived by the public.
"the issue itself is secondary"
1.a feeling. archaic
"he looked through her belongings"
on, want; More
the point or place where something begins, arises, or is derived.