A politico-linguistic problem, a conflicted hairstyle, and a
conflict-bound drone, Fauxhawk works in the space where dissent
becomes materialized, ironized, and commodified. Engaging drone
optics, redactions, renditions, comedy, and cinema, Ben Doller
wrenches exuberant music from the drone of the everyday. The
citizens in these poems are fraught in their passivity, both
ashamed of being and of being surveyed. Occupied by the material
forces conspiring... more...