113 FICTION

134 MONOGRAPH

YOUR LOVE IS NOT GOOD

by Johanna Hedva “[…] when booking the session, you could

request, by checking boxes in a Google form, what you’d like her to wear.

I preferred the nun’s habit in latex. I liked the prayer of being on my knees,

offering one thousand dollars to a nun with a whip. Although I could not

afford it, I made an appointment as soon as I got home from Colomba’s.

In the Google form, I checked the box that said I wanted “antihumilia-

tion,” a kink where affirmations and kindness are used to shame. You’re a

great artist. Your next show will earn a million dollars. I broke. Cried for her to

hit me harder than she ever had

before, and she did.”

LEE LOZANO’S TOOLS AND THE “SELF AS CENTER”

by Amelia Jones

“Lozano revealed herself as both obsessively interested in us (her audience) and at the

same time disgusted by us. She welcomed ‘dialogue’ and yet refused to speak. Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer, one of the most insightful Lozano scholars, has put it:

‘We are trespassing, and yet she has been expecting us.’”

161 VISUAL

184 BOOKS

CARS, 2022 ANGHARAD WILLIAMS in conversation with Maurizio Cattelan

“The selection was made having spent a week driving absolutely everywhere

around Berlin, stopping to photograph whatever looked interesting and searching for what I thought was missing. I knew I needed a Smart,

a Porsche—I have always loved the Audi TT, very 1990s flashboy.

I longed to draw the Ford Mondeo, but it was too big!”

BOOKS by Gabrielle Goliath “It’s not about sharing the pain or suffering of differently racialized subjects.

It is recognizing the disparity between your position and theirs, and working to

address it. It is the work of feeling done both in spite of and because of these

differences, and choosing to feel across that difference, rather than feeling

with or for . . .”