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This instability of resolution is the result he creates that allows a viewer to see where he ended up and get a glimpse into his process, at the same time.
“He’s a beautiful man and I think I’m quite a lovely young lady,” she said.
“These Carnations Defy Language” started with Alexandra Grant and Steve Roden’s mutual enchantment with the writings of the French poet and essayist, Francis Ponge.
Ponge created a form of prose poetry, in which he worked with highly ambiguous and elliptical language to wrestle with the opacity, even the pre-eminent suchness, of objects.
When a site’s purpose is to offer a secure platform for strangers in the same professional fields to network and find gains in the workplace, something is intrinsically lost when those implicit boundaries are crossed.
A lack of distinction can make the platform look like “a neutral way to gauge someone’s interest,” says "Brea" (who asked that we not use her real name), 27.