One day long ago disremembered
, June stood on the seawall steps and marked me for life.
More than the sum of both these parts, a conversational Caribbean Studies enables the rediscovery of the disremembered
histories of global conversation (the transformations, ruptures and sparks) that have been and are now the conditions of knowledge production.
5), in which shoes are displayed set into the walls of the galleries, each behind a veil of animal fibre; to the La Casa Viuda series (1992-95), a set of unhoused doors, sometimes with attendant fragments of other furniture; to the arresting Tenebrae Noviembre 7, 1985 (1999-2000), an earlier response to the Palace of Justice massacre, in which chairs lie horizontal, their legs elongated across the entire length of a room; and all the way through to the more recent Disremembered
series (2014; Fig.
4) With a similar emphasis on the corporeal as an inscriptive and abstracted surface for both pain and pleasure, Salcedo's series Disremembered
(2014) conjures a loosely woven and ethereal tunic seemingly occupied by an absent body.
Although aware of the potential destructiveness of ever more powerful technologies, it is this parallel emerging self-reflexivity that instills P--with the conviction that old ways of thinking can be overcome so that new ways of social action may be found in the willfully disremembered
It had been that way for so long that sunups and sundowns, yesterdays and tomorrows and almost everything in them had been disremembered
by each .
For now, the artist continues to produce laborious, mournful gallery objects such as A Flor de Piel, 2014--a shroud made of 250,000 rose petals painstakingly sutured together with thread, whose title loosely translates to the colloquialism of wearing one's heart on one's sleeve--or Disremembered
I, II, and III (all 2014), evanescent silk shirts crisscrossed with 250,000 sewing needles.
The kid, raised to be respectful of his elders, momentarily disremembered
his upbringing and said, "Doc, are you stupid, or what?
The resonance fills me with sadness and frustration as it signals that too few people heeded Foster, as was the case with Christian, duCille, McKay, and the bold, often disremembered
, eponymous "we" of Dorothy Sterling's We Are Your Sisters.
What Gordon works toward in this ghostly ontology is to rethink the ghost as an invitation to live with the past and present disremembered
, thus rethinking the ghost as "metaphor," "weapon," "salve," and "fundamental epistemology for living in the vortex of North America" (151).
He was the real deal, though; old Millbrook had disremembered
more about being a medic than we'd ever know.
When we write, we can investigate the unseen, the disremembered