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Share This.In Erin Cone‘s realm there are two warring forms. There is the human form, which is populated with lines that have their own eccentric characteristics and free will. And then there is the form of design, a freeflowing regime that is structured by geometry. Cone is an instigator of sorts. Her work seems to purposefully pit the two forms against one another. In many of her pieces, she threatens the organic delicacy of her subjects Read More

Quiet Lunch Magazine ‡ May 28th, 2012. – June 3rd, 2012.

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Share This.Our month of celebration is coming to an end and with the way things have been going, it may just turn into a celebration all year long. This week’s book sees an exclusive interview with Gotham City paper artist Jean Seestadt; we’re also reviewing El-P’s buzzworthy Cure 4 Cancer and having a few words with Italian artist Claudio Parentela. Stay Tuned! Unflinchingly Yours, Quiet Lunch Staff.