Ed Steck's latest traces a harrowing intersection between horror movies and horror life, with each overlapping the other, making for a blurry consciousness wherein nothing is clear, but, eventually leading to connections, transpositions and exchanges.
As with nearly all of Steck's printed work, the look and layout of the text and its juxtaposition with images are integral, providing visual keys that serve to help readers unlock the thematic concerns communicated by the text.
It feels like a transitional work that manages to unpack some difficult to access baggage, clearing it out and putting it away in order to move in a new direction.
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