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Deconstruction, Reconstruction and Replacement: Building Near the “Yawning Abyss”

January 12th, 2023 | 8 min read

By John Eger

Deconstruction to some degree seems duty free. That individuals subtract parts and pieces of their lives that don’t fit and then figure out what to fill in those abscesses. As we enter into a cultural field of reconstruction (I’m hearing that word more often now) we should be asking, “what do we do with the items deconstructed? Are they just lost, forgotten? Are there still phantom pains of things we left behind?”

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