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Her vocals, which are best described as postmodern Ronnie Spector, were disembodied and ominous.
And since language isn’t disembodied, that side-eye given to the speech of young women is also given to the young women themselves.
The narrative quickly narrows, homing in on a large house in Cornwall where, on the day before Christmas, an older woman named Sophia Cleves sits in the presence of the disembodied, suspended head of a child.
The people there had an expansive, natural, spontaneous relationship to God that made his own faith feel intellectual and disembodied by comparison.
The series reaches an apotheosis of banal profundity with an image of Snoopy reclining on his master’s disembodied, planet-like head.
A low-res picture of a Jasper Johns flag painting manages to register the disembodying effect of digital photography without attaching critique, suggesting that Ethridge’s equanimity is a conviction in its own right.
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