Necessary disclosures

Drawing upon short personal statements and factual political texts, Necessary Disclosures investigates the relationship between the way we interact as individuals and the way we interact as nation-states. Questioning the rigidity of the categories “public” and “private,” the reader is asked to ponder similarities between events in one’s private life and those happening on a global scale. Spherical in form, the book opens to revel six nested “pages” of text that unstack to be read.

Out of print.



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