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Kjetil Røed

Freelance writer.

A truly decolonized photo?

Photographers: The "other" must be allowed to photograph himself.

Beyond the art room

The novel can be a helpful tool as we explore new ways of viewing art. 

Žižek at its worst 

Slavoj Žižek: Incontinence of the Void
Slavoj Žižek's latest book is occasionally unreadable – but his use of popular culture is as ingenious as repetitive.

Heretical philosophy-fun

Steven Nadler and Ben Nadler: Heretics!
New cartoon gives good portrayals of some of the wisest minds of early modernity.

Interesting studies in deviations 

David Fincher, Andrew Douglas, Asif Kapadia, Tobias Lindholm: Mindhunter
Monster or human? The Mindhunter series digs deep into uncomfortable material to find out the real killer of the serial killer. 

An almost perfect author portrait

Griffin Dunne: Joan Didion: The Center Won't Hold
Joan Didion's nephew has made the ideal entrance to her writing.

MOVIE FROM THE SOUTH: The waiting room of death

Shevaun Mizrahi: Distant Constellation
Shevaun Mizrahi's Distant Constellation follows the slow pace of the old home and teaches us what it means to grow old.

The art of living essayistically

Brian Dillon: Essayism
The most fascinating parts of Dillon's essays on the essay are about how the genre embodies a different form from the literary.

Community Dream Life

Joachim Trier: Thelma
If everyone had realized their fantasies, the world would have fallen into a snap.