Deleuze, Marcuse, Bahktin, Dodger, Juice, Valerie Vomit . . . Only a few years ago, Marcel Duchamp’s Fountain was accepted as the most influential work in 20th-century art, by a[…]
Author: Andrew Hedden
Though born in the 1980s, Andrew Hedden is certain he has never worn anything with sequins, golden or otherwise. However, like Dodger and the Children, he holds solidarity to be a critical principle of struggle. His writing has appeared previously in The A Word and Perspectives on Anarchist Theory. He contributes regularly to the film criticism blog Lucid Screening. You'll find him in Bellingham, Washington, where'd he'd love to hear from you.