“The possibility of radical transformation in the guise of carefree recreation”

In Cabinet, Jordan Bear and Albert Narath earnestly try to wring some meaning from photo caricature cut-outs. “For more than a century, any promenade down a seaside boardwalk has required a stop at an apparently nameless apparatus: a painted wooden façade featuring a colorful character in an outlandish situation with a hole where its head … read more… ““The possibility of radical transformation in the guise of carefree recreation””

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