by Emma Gomis

“There is Almost Not an Interval”: Composing in Steinian Time


Stein’s process moves in a way that creates an artifice of ambiguity and forms a structure that can reconfigure infinitely. There is a disruptive function to her use of repetition, a disorienting pulse.

The Hawthorn Archive – Avery F. Gordon


THE HAWTHORN ARCHIVE explores the utopian margins and revolutionary thinking that reside outside of the racialized historiography and narrow discourse of the Western conception of utopia.