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Kat's quite the ghost at the feast, but eventually decides to go, distraught.
The ghost at the feast, the absent God of Alamut, is revealed within Gibson's political theorising in the shape of the Lacanian Real.
Leaving aside the inclusion of Staite Murray's splendid pots, in a way the ghost at the feast in this exhibition is Alfred Wallis.