@voyou The first two episodes of Ms Marvel were great, it's a shame it's been derailed by inordinate amounts of plot 1 Jul 22 Reply Retweet Favorite

Race and the paranoia of awkwardness

White audience members’ consequent “panic,” she notes, is simultaneously posited as an intended effect, a positing that locates and circumscribes [artist Adrian] Piper as a strategizing subject. Rather than remaining cognizant of how their panic is produced in the moment of their own receptive uptake, white interlocutors instead construe Piper as the sovereign and willful originator of their discomfort, disorientation, and shock. (Shannon Jackson, Professing Performance, 186)

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