Elvia Wilk

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“People who spent all their time out there—people like Prinz—could no longer even draw a distinction between productive and unproductive time. The act of partying had become an act of production: they were producing relations—relations as objects. And objects as opportunities. Content was subordinate.”
Elvia Wilk, Oval

“What did you think?” she asked Michel, smiling.
“You mean that racist shit we just saw?”
Sara raised her eyebrows, signaling that this was out-of-bounds. Only sanctioned critiques, please. “Racist? How so?”
“Snow Yellow?”
“I’m pretty sure it’s a comment on racism, it’s not doing racism.”
“What’s the difference?”
“Um, it’s sort of an interrogation into . . . I don’t know, notions of authenticity in the Western world. Like gestural marks that are meant to—maybe—provide like, a feedback loop into network ecologies of beauties, and like, other ways of interaction conceived as data flows?”
Michel looked at her incredulously and laughed. “Who has done this terrible thing to your speech?”
Elvia Wilk, Oval

“the water of my
walks with O’Reilly soft touch absorbent
bamboo follicles
who will inherit
the earth
misty plum
[Gong noise]
when your hair is on,
you’re on
Elvia Wilk, Oval

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