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Vol. 68
Inside Out: Architectures of Experience
Spring 2017
Edited by Bradford Morrow

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by Matthias Göritz
Translated by Mary Jo Bang
September 19, 2017
There where the night broke an arm
on the lamp at the end of the houses
I explain silence
September 12, 2017
this body I can’t find

is just a crow my eye was following until it slipped
through sky’s white crease
September 5, 2017
That is the true philosophical paradox: not how you can travel from point A to point B without first traversing a spatial infinity, bridging all the subdivisible points between them; but rather, how you can travel from mind A to mind B without first traversing a psychological infinity. Leaving the apartment in one frame of mind, how could you ever arrive at a new one?
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A Conversation with Bradford Morrow and Mary Caponegro
Monday, October 2, 2017
4:45 pm
Campus Center, Weis Cinema