Compression: Claire Bateman

“The idea of compression is a vector for many of my passions—miniatures; interiority/exteriority and their relationship; hiding/the hidden; information theory, etc. I picture Emily Dickinson’s volcanoes as fitting (perhaps nested) within her. In my writing, I sometimes portray the world as very dense, compacted, as though whatever implement we need in order to be able to ‘handle it’ is embedded in the center.” — Claire Bateman

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