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SALUT GLISSANT

The grave of the Martinican poet and theorist Edouard Glissant

carries the inscription “Nothing is true, everything is alive.”

Starting from this paradox, Moses März, imagines a conversation

between Glissant and his friend and fellow writer Patrick

Chamoiseau about the Philosophy of Relation. Illustrations by

Graeme Arendse.

Moses März is a contributing editor of Chimurenga.

Graeme Arendse is the design editor of Chimurenga P30 The Chronic, the Corpse Exhibition

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