“because you are continually committing nuisances but more especially in your own house” In considering the nature of Familial Relations, these few lines from the poem Humanity I Love You by E.E. Cummings come to mind. There is also the residue of formative life, fluctuations in relationship, and an accumulation of experience. The objects shown are pieces from my mother’s […]
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