A Parade at the End of the World, by Nat Pyper
Shiraz Abdullahi Gallab
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A Parade at the End of the World is a call for more bodies in more spaces. It is an essay about the parade as a block-by-block party, a nomadic network of interdetermined activities, and an emancipatory mode of togetherness that insists against the normative order of space and its agreed upon use.

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