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In what could be described as a temporal blurring or scrambling in the spirit of intoxication, as well as an exemplary pronouncement of intoxicated method, “Afterwards” assembles a series of foiled endings: a truncated story running alongside jagged contemporaneities that have previously appeared in the book; a disassembly and reconsolidation of private/public dyads in the “end times” of the Covid pandemic; and a final attention to the raw potentiality of the queer, disabled, raced, and ultimately blurred, undergrounds/undergrowths that populate Mai-Thu Perret’s Underground.

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