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Evi-dance Radio Reviews Dollhouse

"Coleman, despite the symbology of martyrs and rebels, and despite the pervasive sense of abuse of the human body throughout—whether the clanging of beaten metal or the overbright, harsh and punishing lights—takes responsibility for the creation of this environment and for the suffering, a kind of electronic shaman. The implication is that this suffering is chosen and self-imposed— Coleman offers resonance with our daily lives, where we are subjected to a constant wash of media, light and sound."

Read the full review by Beverly Daurio here.

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