Inman: what they say

Inman’s mind is a thoroughly attached organ. There are no places to escape to or from in relation to its consideration, its inclusion. His work is liberating: images crystallize then overflow their frames, the ends of lines complete phrases whose content is picked up—goes off—on the next line in sudden tangential angles. P. Inman’s writing exists simultaneously in the realms of formal experimentation – social and cultural witness – and political/economic/institutional critique. Diane Ward

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