Against Consuming Images of the Brutalized, Dead, and Dying
Reproducing and repurposing brutal visuals carries the risk of desensitizing, and further reinforcing the terrorizing normalization of what shouldn’t be mundane.
William C. Anderson
Empathy Shouldn't Be An Excuse
Thoughts on Dana Schutz’s painting of Emmett Till by Jessica De Jesus
Reading Michael Brown’s Autopsy Report as Conceptual Poetry
On the racism of the 6,000-word profile of Kenny Goldsmith titled “Something Borrowed” by Brian Kim Stefans
The Empathy Machine: A Visual Narrative on the Poetics of Kenneth Goldsmith by Kelly McQuain