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‘The past is the mirror’
Alexandra Parsons

and Church fathers, while also invoking the figure of the queer child to examine a history of harm and to look forward to reparations that may be possible in an imagined future. In a different register, Chroma collates different impressions of colour from artists and philosophers in order to create a queer history of colour as a means to expand the limits of what is communicable through language. In the earlier text Derek Jarman's Caravaggio and the short film Ostia , he plays with identity, taking on aspects of the identities of queer

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