This week on Cargo

CN/048 — June 19 2018

Infinitely weird universal specificity

Life is difficult because it is experienced privately and specifically. In works like Panacea Miguel Rózpide Pazó tries to bridge the gap of individual experience by showing what actually exists between our private specificities — not empty space — but binding, infinitely weird, universal specificity. Lovely texts, galleries and layouts throughout. 📷❤️

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Choices incidental, uncalculated and correct

We are not particularly devoted to the painter Francis Bacon, but we really love this documentary interview with him. It’s just so nice to see an intelligent and talented person being talented and intelligent but also drunk and unvarnished. The lunch chat at 28:25 is quite good.🍷