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coloring outside lines lived

An ambivalence about life. A detachment, clean and without guilt that defies the romantic notion concerning childhood innocence. It is a profane illumination of sorts, to live without sentimental condescension or routine exercises in nostalgia yet without the myriad and … Continue reading

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outlaw culture: drawn to darkness

Drawn to darkness and obscurity, but with a tenacious grip onto the light. Pure forms existing, withstanding, even though they convey impressions of isolation and alienation. There is a heroism of the outlaw, a kind of aesthetic, a beauty of … Continue reading

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