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Charcuterie 2: future decapitations under posh hats

Editors
Bopha Chhay, Steffanie Ling, and Eli Zibin
Price
$12.00
Date
2017
Publisher
Charcuterie
Format
Periodicals
Description

Charcuterie strives to provide a forum for experimental writing and informed polemics without pedantry. It assembles a polyphony of inquiry and documents the messy landscape of opinion and critique that unravels in close proximity to where we work, live and make art in Vancouver.

THE EMPTY HUSK CONDITION
Fabiola Carranza visits exhibitions in Los Angeles by K8 Hardy and Tamara Henderson

There is a fine edge of appeal to having the place of art be an empty and hollowed site. Artists can repeatedly seem-to-be detached there. You could even say the contemporary art scene holds the throne to this probe on emptiness.

ADVENTURES FROM THE THIRD BUREAU
Stacey Ho facilitates an outer body trip in her short story portraying agents in pursuit of an escapee.

The heart is meat. I am learning to be you I am not you cannot you in this harmonized vibration a massive chorus echo sentiment our presences gather together in a lake of song.

THE BUS AS HOSTILE ARCHITECTURE I
Sungpil Yoon takes the bus: Part 1 of Bus as Hostile Architecture

Have you ever seen what freedom looks like inside a bus? Have you ever seen hot coffee thrown at a man’s face, or a well-dressed grad student calmly vomiting on the side of the centre aisle for at least 30 seconds, or a man clipping his toenails in the back of the bus.

SNAPSHOTS OF THE 34TH CAIRO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
Steffanie Ling reviews three films

Delphine and Muriel Coulin’s “Stopover” — This film would cease to exist without its female leads, but Stopover accomplishes much more than mere kudos for representation. / Oliver Laxe’s “Mimosa” — To watch this film is to suppress an appetite for a well-rounded plot or lucid editing / Atilla Till’s “Kills on Wheels” — How wheelchair accessible is the gangster world?

TROUBLING GENDER ASSUMPTIONS  IN MIRANDA JULY’S  ‘THE FIRST BAD MAN
Maxwell Addington reviews Miranda July’s “The First Bad Man”

If authors wrote more stories that questioned and undermined unconscious, unchecked normativity, readers might be less likely to lazily dismiss work like July’s as “quirky”.

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