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In what today reads as a neo-Rimbaudian attempt to deliberately derange the senses in order to become a seer--or, as Michaux says, to become sufficiently "disoriented" to experience "the abnormal"--he declares his ambition "to lift the veil from the normal.
Cheminee deranges any simple art-historical narrative: It refers to an Atget interieur parisien just as readily as to the Atgets of Lawler's sometime collaborator Sherrie Levine.