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Donna Haraway tells us: stay with the trouble.
The Yakama Tribal Museum nominates Trickster as guide. On the wall, this note:
"SPILYAY IS THE LEGENDARY TRICKSTER WHO APPEARED MOST OFTEN IN THE GUISE OF A COYOTE AND WHO, WITH DARING AND HUMOR, TAUGHT MANKIND HOW TO SURVIVE AND LIVE HARMONIOUSLY WITH NATURE IN ALL FORMS AND MOODS.
SPILYAY’S CHALLENGE IS ADDRESSED TO BOTH NON-INDIAN AND INDIAN TO LEARN ABOUT THE ART OF LIFE AND DEATH. THE CHALLENGE OF SPILIYAY IS ALL AROUND US."
Carolee Schneemann had seen a short video I made, based in part on footage of her famous "Meat Joy". She loved my MEAT OIL JOY PAINT.
"Christina, keep building in endangered spaces." She wrote to me.
Billy Ray Belcourt: "In Senses of the Subject, Judith Butler asks a colossal question that tailgates me everywhere I go: "What does it mean to require what breaks you?" (A History of My Brief Body).
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