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01
Apr

The Right Kind of Immigrant

A person, feeling that their life is danger, makes the difficult decision to leave their home, perhaps with family, perhaps alone. Perhaps they merely start to…

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16
Dec

A Visit to The Water Lilies

I walked across the Place de la Concorde and into the Jardin des Tuileries on my way towards the museum. The gravel crunched satisfyingly under my…

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02
Dec

The Art of Disappearance

In his work, Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared? Baudrillard makes it clear that the ‘disappearing’ of which he speaks is not the disappearing of things in nature, such…

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20
Nov

The Protester

2011 was a year that will be remembered for its protests. Around the world, from New York to Tunisia, Egypt, Libya and Syria, people were rebelling…

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19
Nov

The Migration

Our beautiful democratic wonderland, where the violence is always elsewhere, limited to the computer monitor, the television screen, always committed by some mad other. We are…

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