by Galen Beebe

Rayfish – Mary Hickman

Transplanting, mirroring, translation — each conserves some part of the original, even if some other part is lost.

Johanne, Johanne – Lars Sidenius

Johanne’s texts say little, and what they say, they repeat. Unlike a diary or a letter — an intimate glimpse into the mind of its writer — the texts keep the reader at arm’s length, establishing their relationship as a closed system, a secret affair that leaves out even the reader.