This Is Not a Review of Lars Iyer’s Exodus


Exodus with Trash and Sticks


Exodus with Stream


Exodus with Abandoned Kmart


Exodus with Empty Patriotic Chairs Facing Little League Baseball Game


Exodus with Empty Lot with Litter


Exodus with Canadian Geese and Retention Pond


Exodus with No Trespassing Sign


Exodus with Stray Shopping Cart Behind Dumpster


Exodus with Immobile Mobile Home


Exodus with Boat


Exodus with Cacti


Exodus with Clapboard Church

One comment

  1. Biblioklept · March 9, 2013

    So I went to get new tires for my trusty 2005 Subaru. I brought along Lars Iyer’s novel Exodus to read while I waited, but the clerk told me that it would take more like 2 and half hrs and not the hour I anticipated. My wife couldn’t get me right away, so I started walking home—about five miles or so.
    The day was lovely, but the area of town wasn’t exactly the kind of place I’d normally elect to walk. Still, we tend to see the world differently when we walk—especially in a city like mine, bound to driving—so I enjoyed the experience. The part of town I walked through seemed to have a higher than usual number of abandoned shopping carts, bail bond places, and empty lots. But it was not without its own beauty.


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