Month: February 2014

  • Borders/Embargoes, II and III

    “…behavior could be judged by moral criteria as right or wrong,¬† but action is judged for neither its motivation nor its aim, only for its performance.” Hannah Arendt, qtd in Shoot an Iraqi: Art, Life and Resistance Under the Gun, Wafaa Bilal and Kari Lydersen¬† II. To anyone looking through night goggles, the eight figures […]

  • Borders/Embargoes, I

      “When you tell a story no one else tells anymore , you say: ‘I invented this, it’s mine.’ But what you’re really doing is remembering…what the memory of your forefathers left in your blood….” Ariel Dorfman, “Myth as Time and Language [in Miguel Angel Asturias’ Men of Maize]” I. In the moonlight what appeared […]