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Lumpen, comic, and scatological, bronze fetishes like Bourgeois's Janus Fleuri, 1968, and Benglis's Eat Meat, 1969, rhymed with exudations like Soft Landscape III, in plastic (Bourgeois, 1967), and Karen, in colored wax and plaster (Benglis, 1972).
An external reservoir of the virus in the high atmosphere, amplified by the exudations of billions of high-flying migratory birds, cannot be ignored, no matter how unlikely it might sound.