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Ana Galvañ’s ‘Press Enter to Continue’ Gets Weird with the Storyboard Format

Ana Galvañ’s ‘Press Enter to Continue’ Gets Weird with the Storyboard Format

Is the ghost-child forming pixel-by-pixel in Ana Galvañ's Press Enter to Continue a repressed memory, a government-induced hallucination, or something weirder still?

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