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06/10/11 Authors on Art: Camille Rose Garcia
Tags: Camille Rose Garcia, Johannes Göransson, Kim Hyesoon, The Road to Kimp’o Landfill
Today BURNAWAY welcomes Johannes Göransson for this month’s Authors on Art, a series of creative responses by poets, novelists, and experimental writers curated by Blake Butler. Camille Rose Garcia’s art functions as fantastic illustrations to an apocalyptic environmental allegory or fairytale. When talking about her art, Garcia often emphasizes this quality, talking about the narrative [...]