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Wednesday, December 29, 2010
Interest Lies at the Spectral Periphery
"What is interesting is not what is clarified and believable but whatever is obscure, uncertain, imperceptible but assumed, by whatever is only vaguely perceptible at the periphery of our vision, spectral and thus haunting." —Geof Huth
"If David Lynch and Jorge Luis Borges created a book the result would be something very much like the writings of Craig Conley. As with those artists, Craig's work creates truly remarkable and subtle effects. His books are ones to dream with and learn from."