2009 – Varujan Boghosian – Mary Oliver


Varujan Boghosian
Boghosian’s work exudes the odor of an old thing just ripped apart and releasing its fresh scent, and this kinetic impulse is implicit in Boghosian’s static scenarios, which always seem to be prologues to a performance or depiction of the performance itself.

— Christopher Busa

Mary Oliver
“I guess we need to wait to see what is permanent or not—or rather I have to wait to see. The writing of THIRST took place during a very difficult time, which did change me, of course. Some of it ebbs, or I live with it; some is, I believe a permanent enrichment.”

— Mary Oliver

TABLE OF CONTENTS

COVER FEATURE
– Varujan
The Artis as Orpheus
by Christopher Busa

COVER FEATURE
– Mary Oliver
“A Permanent Enrichment” – An Interview with Mary Oliver
by Oona Patric

FEATURE ARTICLE
Wilderness / Bewilderment – Amy Arbus and the Sublime
by Nick Flynn

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