Alison Evînam Boyd

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Revisiting Disinflection # 11 edition: October 2011

Disinflection revisited.

Emma sent me her beloved printing press for the studio – already her imagination sewn onto the lining of another country; removing all not needed for self-imposed exiled. In speaking aloud what needed to be spoken she realised there were far fewer words required.

On our grandmother’s birthday, I witnessed a horse put down on the racetrack and saw the grotesqueness of the racing industry for what it was. I was scorned for my distress by people who couldn’t understand why I didn’t want to stay out with them.

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Words/Image Emma Kirsopp ©

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Words/Image Emma Kirsopp ©

Words/Image Emma Kirsopp ©

Words/Image Emma Kirsopp ©

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Words/Image Alison Boyd ©

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