Time Is the Thing a Body Moves Through



Time Is the Thing a Body Moves ThroughHow Do The Bodies We Inhabit Affect Our Relationship With Art How Does Art Affect Our Relationship To Our Bodies T Fleischmann Uses Felix Gonz Les Torres S Artworks Piles Of Candy, Stacks Of Paper, Puzzles As A Path Through Questions Of Love And Loss, Violence And Rejuvenation, Gender And Sexuality From The Back Porches Of Buffalo, To The Galleries Of New York And L.A., To Farmhouses Of Rural Tennessee, The Artworks Act As Still Points, Sites For Reflection Situated In Lived Experience Fleischmann Combines Serious Engagement With Warmth And Clarity Of Prose, Reveling In The Experiences And Pleasures Of Art And The Body, Identity And Community.

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  • Paperback
  • 152 pages
  • Time Is the Thing a Body Moves Through
  • T. Fleischmann
  • 19 December 2018
  • 9781566895477

10 thoughts on “Time Is the Thing a Body Moves Through

  1. ☘Misericordia☘ ~ The Serendipity Aegis ~ ⚡ϟ⚡ϟ⚡⛈ ✺❂❤❣ says:

    Not too interesting Not too good writing.Not too medically informed.Not too healthy a relationship with oneself portrayed The main protagonist is seriously at odds with their body, looks, sex, life, people many things I don t think their main issue was their sex or whatever This protagonist came across as abused, taken advantage of, misunderstood person who suffered way too much and not just from gender dysphoria but from general lack of self sympathy, which is an entirely too painful thing to happen to anyone People who are genuinely in love with themselves would be totally ready to forgive themselves minor physical idiosyncrasies such as the make up of the body structure, complexion or the set of privates A good psychologist would have come a long way to help.The use of the word slutty I found particularly not healthy Q In my early twenties the acne quieted on my body, and my face calmed down slowly, and then I became actually slutty Just like how I had started wearing makeup when the acne came fully on, exactly as the acne began clearing is when I started slutting my way to the top of the slut class, this new me confident enough to put on a black slip and head to the Eagle No surprise, then, that it was not until I started to take testosterone blockers that the acne actually stopped although the hormones would also come, eventually, to mean good bye to the hookup culture of anonym...

  2. John says:

    I think this is the first book I truly loved in 2019 It s such a wonderfully built essay book, circling and weaving, always on the move Mixing criticism autobiography, it reads similarly to Maggie Nelson, and anyone who liked Bluets or The Argonauts should probably read this especially because there s not the weird fetishism y vibes of trans people in this one The way that Fleischmann discusses their identity, their resistance to much of the firm language relating to queer identities, is truly everything to me I didn t expect to see myself so reflected in this book Also, there s a lot of just really fun stuff and many moments of humor This is really truly excellent and you should definitely not sleep o...

  3. Oliver Baez Bendorf says:

    I know it s not that simple, tit for tap, but I don t want to give any of my touch to language I just want language to generate touch A book about Felix Gonzalez Torres, ice, and sex, but also coming into one s b...

  4. M. Sarki says:

    Not my cup of tea Not fair to review a work on a subject I know nothing about But I will rate the book as OK even though it was not.

  5. Marija (Inside My Library Mind) says:

    i love adding books based on the title ONLY

  6. Amber says:

    3.5

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