unAustralian English: Oscar Schwartz Visits Chris Mann in NYC

1 June 2013

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  1. It has occurred to me that Mann’ explores the nets across a space between the telepathic and the schizophrenic, without admitting – or do I mean without acknowledging? – either.

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