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Illustrator Ellen Weinstein Collaborates with the MoMA to Celebrate Yayoi Kusama's Infinity Mirrors in Book Form

Illustrator Ellen Weinstein Collaborates with the MoMA to Celebrate Yayoi Kusama's Infinity Mirrors in Book Form

Yayoi Kusama, known for her trademark polka dot-centric art and the wild, childlike joy contained in her immersive works, is widely considered one of the most popular living artists in the world. Her ...

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Emma Healey

Emma Healey’s latest book

Stereoblind

Stereoblind

In Stereoblind, no single thing is ever perceived in just one way. Shot through with asymmetry and misconception, the prose poems in Emma Healey’s second collection describe a world that’s anxious and skewed, but still somehow familiar — where the past, present, and future overlap, facts are not always true, borders are not always solid, and events seem to write themselves into being. An on-again, off-again real estate sale nudges a quartet of millennial renters into an alternate universe of multiplying signs and wonders; an art show at Ontario Place may or may not be as strange and complex (or even as “real”) as described; the collusion of a hangover and a blizzard carry our narrator on a trancelike odyssey through Bed Bath & Beyond. Using a diverse range of subjects — from pharmaceutical research testing to Tinder — to form an inventory of ontological disturbance, Healey delves moments when the differences between things disappear, and life exceeds its limits.