From there, it's a nasty game of one-upmanship, their obsession with each other taking on a hatred that obliterates
A good hosing from a maintenance man or a downpour from Mother Nature quickly obliterates
whatever the message, be it carefully crafted or impulsively inscribed.
Projected into the crease of a split screen that obliterates
Jackson's head and torso, the two-channel video makes the freaky pop star only slightly creepier than usual, his sequined arms and legs scuttling along Pfeiffer's meticulously engineered vanishing point like a plump silverfish pinned in the gallery corner by beams of light.
The seduction of war is insidious because so much of what we are told about it is true: It does create a feeling of comradeship, which obliterates
our alienation and makes us, for perhaps the only time of our life, feel we belong.