If the power of language can be suffocating, oppressive and alienating, it is also the graffiti of liberation: the music of language as liberation. If all rebellion has to cross violence or non-violence, it should also cross the idea and reality of beauty

The celebration of desire. As Pablo Neruda wrote: Between lips and lips there are cities. Also, as Herbert Marcuse wrote, “The Great Refusal takes a variety of forms.”

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