"Jena Osman subjects American history to a rhizomatic genealogy. What she finds . . . are the foundational, intersecting forces of slavery, finance, and empire at the heart of new world settlement."Michael Davidson
A practitioner of socio-literary engagement continues her investigations in this network of connective texts.
If you do, I bet your idea of it resembles in no way this strange little tome The Network. I'm having trouble finding things to call it; I'm having trouble stopping:
Jena Osman's The Network is
* a conceptual public art piece in modest paperback form.
* a tourist handbook explicating the history, culture, economics, and language of the northeastern United States, except this guide is common only in a strange alternate dimension where po ...more