Articles tagged: aesthetics


In “Promenade,” this issue’s ekphrasis, Jameson Fitzpatrick responds to one of Chris Antemann’s porcelain sculptures, Boudoir (2011), in a poem that meditates on the ambiguities of misaligned desires and the problems of aesthetics.

Wraithcore, or: I’ve Seen the Future and I’m Not Going

Abigail Merrick’s “wraithcore” describes what it’s like to be “nocturnal or insomniac, depressive or moody, predisposed towards isolating oneself socially, to feeling marginal or overlooked, not quite believed or not quite taken seriously as a subject, or more specifically a subject with agency.”

Don’t Look: Look Closely: Abortion and Anti-Choice Aesthetics (Part 2)

The images are of individual entities, but they are about family.

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