Losing Ourselves in Liz Larner’s Shapeshifting Sculpture

I was recently listening to an Anne Carson talking on corners. Given at CUNY in 2018, the poet-classicist’s talk floatily triangulated between the introduction of a third actor in Sophoclean plays (corners move narrative forward), her father’s inability to orient himself amid mounting dementia (corners help us locate ourselves), and the corner as a form … Read more