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[This month’s Reader Advisor posts are brought to you by our guest editors, the Nicola Midnight St. Claire, or Nicola, as she sometimes likes to be called. Today: Author Franco Berardi suggests that if depressed people shouldn’t work, the majority of our workforce should call in sick; artist Carol Bove discusses what it’s like to give up the idea of “work” altogether; and some poetic Twitter accounts you should probably follow. – the artblog editors]

Italian Theorist Franco “Bifo” Berardi on the Germanwings Plane Crash and the Epidemic of Capital and Suicide, via Verso Books

An Important Reminder That Embedded Racism Is Still Vibrant in the Arts, via Buzzfeed

How Much of This is Helpful for You?, via Artspace

Jenny Holzer, Mom tweet.
Jenny Holzer, Mom tweet.

Graffiti Artists Aren’t Letting a City (or the Government) Forget, via Hyperallergic

In Case You Didn’t Know, Twitter Is (Conceptual) Poetry, via the Poetry Foundation

In Local Wildlife News, via Philly.com

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artspace, buzzfeed, graffiti, hyperallergic, poetry foundation, twitter

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