Fire Season

by Gary Indiana
Fire Season

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Whether he's describing Tracy Emin or Warhol, the films of Barbet Schroeder ('Schroeder is well aware that life is not a narrative; that we impose form on the movements of chance, contingency, and impulse....') or the installations of Barbara Kruger ('Kruger compresses the telling exchanges of lived experience that betray how skewed our lives are...'), Indiana is never just describing. Few writers could get away with saying the things Gary Indiana does. And when the writing is this good, it's also political, plus it's a riot of fun on the page.
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Whether he's describing Tracy Emin or Warhol, the films of Barbet Schroeder ('Schroeder is well aware that life is not a narrative; that we impose form on the movements of chance, contingency, and impulse....') or the installations of Barbara Kruger ('Kruger compresses the telling exchanges of lived experience that betray how skewed our lives are...'), Indiana is never just describing. Few writers could get away with saying the things Gary Indiana does. And when the writing is this good, it's also political, plus it's a riot of fun on the page.

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