Monday, February 4, 2013

Smug and Snarky as We Are, in Our Sophisticated and Subtler, Non-Tyrannical Tastes, It's Still Unsettling to Realize These Photographs Are Also Full of the Childrens' Pictures Set on a Desk, the Wife's Diploma Proudly on a Wall, the Common Plastic Container of Aspirin, and the Bassinette with the Scroll of Linen Shade at the Ready in Case the Sun Is Too Powerful: Reminders of How a Graduated Continuum Connects These Uberoperatically Fat Interior Lives to Our Own

What he said. Post title taken from Albert Goldbarth's Photographs of the Interior of Dictators' Houses. Back sooner or back later.