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Madeleine Kelly CAN U DIG IT?

rt is a fascinating thing. What is it? Is it man explaining to others what he sees, how he feels, his truth, his place in the cosmos? It can be. immediately popped into my head when I was looking at Madeleine Kelly’s densely populated and challenging oeuvre. It’s a track by Pop Will Eat Itself – an independent British genre-ambiguous band, mixing industrial, dance, hip hop, techno and hard rock styles; a sampler of cool pop culture, a swirling archeology of references. To a student of the visual arts, Kelly’s work is a veritable feast. There’s a palpable intellectual rigor at

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