Gary Indiana

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American writer, filmmaker and visual artist

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The outlandish and unguarded Gary Indiana has written what can be described as an "anti-memoir."

Gary Indiana: I Can Give You Anything but Love

The outlandish and unguarded Gary Indiana has written what can be described as an "anti-memoir."

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Out of fantasias of the past (Fu Manchu novels, exotic Hollywood films, documents of "friendly" imperialism from the twenties to the forties), Gary Indiana concocts the nightmare…

Gary Indiana: The Shanghai Gesture

Out of fantasias of the past (Fu Manchu novels, exotic Hollywood films, documents of "friendly" imperialism from the twenties to the forties), Gary Indiana concocts the nightmare…

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