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Norman Lock about The Couple (Text and Time 112)


There is much to relish and admire in The Couple, a mysteriously simple (and by that, I mean you arrive, again, at a simplicity of form that has resolved an intricacy of motifs) homage to Man and Woman in physical … Continue reading

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LOCATING IN THE PAST, THE SICKNESS OF THE PRESENT


“. . . I hope to expose both the moral horror and criminal injustices of the age and to speak to their persistence in our own.” CONSTANTIN SEVERIN’S INTERVIEW WITH NORMAN LOCK CONSTANTIN SEVERIN: Can we start with the beginning? … Continue reading

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