Kimberly's Reviews > Rape New York
Rape New York
Apr 11, 2012
This was a good read in that she analyzed of the intersections of poverty, race, gender, class, architecture, and gentrification in unexpected ways. Yet, it's a bit repetitive, which may be a bit down to her role as an artist. That is, the minute detail in which she relays crime reports might be interesting represented in an art gallery, but as part of a book, I just skimmed these parts.
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