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  • “I Wuv You”

    Minneapolis Institute of Art

    From Murphy Brown to Dan Quayle, from Daniel P. Moynihan to the Urban League, everyone who’s anyone has their own righteous representation of “the family.” The radical right appropriates the family to serve as the symbolic bedrock of Western civilization; the radical left analyzes it as the penultimate text of social dysfunction. Not a lot to choose from for most families (no matter their configuration), who are too busy keeping track of grocery bills to spend a lot of time thinking about how much damage this burden of representation is wreaking on their everyday lives.

    “I Wuv You” is one family’s

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