a place of rest for high and low and the places in between. ebony, ivory, tan towers and golden showers (green, red shades, too). identity-based critical theory and pop/art/visual culture wedded in holy matrimony by idiosyncratic thoughts.
Though speaking from the standpoint of his individual experience, Foucault voices a dilemma felt by many in the west. It is precisely that longing for the pleasure that has led the white west to sustain a romantic fantasy of the “primitive” and the concrete search for a real primitive paradise, whether that location be a country or a body, a dark continent or dark ﬂesh, perceived as the perfect embodiment of that possibility.