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  • View of “Angharad Williams,” 2022. Wall: Cars, 2022. Floor: What it feels like to live another day, 2022. Photo: Cedric Mussano.

    View of “Angharad Williams,” 2022. Wall: Cars, 2022. Floor: What it feels like to live another day, 2022. Photo: Cedric Mussano.

    Angharad Williams

    Kunstverein für die Rheinlande und Westfalen

    When Miss Rona showed up in 2019, she made access to private space the most salient side effect of social status. All but abandoned, public transport became the preserve of people with no particular place to go. Meanwhile, others did their best to tactfully obscure the fact that they had long since absconded to the safety of a second family home. Moreover, the warfare waged by those who could isolate in comfort against those who couldn’t took on a sanctimony unimaginable since the 1980s: It wasn’t the first time we were being told that intimacy was irresponsible.

    “Eraser,” the highly anticipated

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