Eduardo Soteras Jalil is an Argentinian photographer. His projects include En El Camino, Neutral Fire, Masafer: Life in the Interstice, All the Ices the Ice and What Remains. He is based in Kinshasa.
‘we watched the last / very colorful weapons / coming ashore’
‘While waiting for his faecal transplant, my husband wasn’t as fun as he used to be.’
‘Architecture can be employed as a form of violence and violation.’
‘Wars, national disasters and pandemics do not cause social disintegration – they reveal it, and deepen it.’ Vesna Maric on the difference between wars and viruses.
An extract from Madeleine Bunting’s first novel.
‘I am thinking about Susan, about what it means to be married to someone I know nothing about.’
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