Carl De Keyzer’s work has been exhibited internationally in venues such as the Canon Image Center in Amsterdam and the San Francisco Art Institute.
‘They flavored their early stews with bacon. None of that stuff lasted long, though. That first day felt like a vacation in a wondrous new place. That feeling didn’t last long either.’
‘The features and expressions were uncannily contemporary. Some seemed to be mirror images of the people I had seen at the protest in Piazza del Gesù.’
‘But only a city without people is immune. Only a city in which nothing circulates, nothing changes hands, nothing flourishes.’ Lisa Halliday introduces the photography of Wiktoria Wojciechowska.
‘Trees, mostly the older and weaker ones, were toppled by the wind, dragging neighbouring trees down, just like someone contaminated by the virus would contaminate another.’
‘Under a microscope, its skin looks lacy and netted, and it is this very porousness that makes these creatures so vulnerable.’
‘We live in unreaderly times, but our belief is that these novelists will be exceptions to the general rule of irrelevance faced by writers today.’
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