“One can vouch for voicing borders and one can be right. Also though with my mother and my daughter my cells strangely feel migratory and insidious and recurrent. It is a narrative of our continuities past the borders of our bodies. It is a streaming of a gaze and a touch. It is a desire and also a weird occult rippling” (103)
- Margaret Christakos
Her Paraphernalia: On Motherlines, Sex, Blood, Loss, and Selfies.
Book *Hug 2016
M.J.C.H.A.X. was made in Participation with OCADU x Ryerson Art Camp Residency 2016 and Traces group exhibition at Ryerson Artspace, Toronto, ON.