Imani Cezanne's work is always breathtaking. With her words, she tells vivid stories and paints immaculate pictures. Her latest piece explores the unhealthy relationship to food that was passed down in her family.
She isn't dying, but I've spent my whole life watching her eat herself into the earliest grave she can fit into. We don't talk about drug addicted parents who keep their goods in the pantry.
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