The writer of nonfiction enjoys a rare posture in the world: she is an interpreter. That is, if the writer of fiction is a creator, the nonfiction writer is a selector, a sieve, a filter through which the world is viewed... [more]

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Experimental Film, LITERATURE, Nonfiction, Essays, History, Triple Canopy
Earlier this week, the wonderful Triple Canopy announced the recipients of its first round of commissions. As would be expected from such a curious and consistently invigorating enterprise as Triple Canopy, the projects all sound invariably fascinating; the full list of recipients may be found here. From this early point – a point so early in the projects' developments that it is entirely unfair to begin making any such judgments –, several stand out as particularly intriguing, whether because of the projects themselves or the track histories of their respective creators. Anna Lundh's is emblematic of both. 2009 marked something of what must have been a banner year for the artist; at the very least, it was then that I found out
I was unable to go to sleep one recent night. My insomnia was only further abetted by what grew, over the course of those frustrated, sleepless hours, into a frenzied state of righteous disgust with Christopher Hitchens' model of intellectual pursuit,
Janet Malcolm’s article for the May 3, 2010 issue of The New Yorker is entitled “Iphigenia in Forest Hills: Anatomy of a Murder Trial,” although the dust jacket opts for the subtitle alone. This makes sense: it’s catchier, and the actual title,
Awaiting each new issue of the simply remarkable Triple Canopy is a pleasure matched only by each issue's arrival; that the content of each issue is unfurled over time, and does not come in one fell-swoop of intimidating new material to set

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Do You Think It Is Possible To Articulate Anything Objectively?

No, everything we do, say, feel, and think gets filtered through our minds and is therefore colored by our present and our past experiences. We can state facts and we can openly consider all points of view but in order to fully articulate something authentically, we must articulate it as we see it, as we feel it, and as we think it.
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