@MattStromberg

  • @MattStromberg
    15 August, 2018

    @cmonstah You should agree only if he recreates his nest piece for you to interview him in.

  • @MattStromberg
    15 August, 2018

    Maybe also how those borders have changed throughout history? https://t.co/2yTQvxRhaG

  • @MattStromberg
    15 August, 2018

    I’m going with the trash can option. https://t.co/g3pcDXFojZ

  • @MattStromberg
    15 August, 2018

    @e______rose Srsly, like what are you afraid of, the tea making a jail break?

  • @MattStromberg
    15 August, 2018

    RT @owillis: i have a tape of trump calling mexicans rapists

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Matt Stromberg

Matt Stromberg

Matt Stromberg is a freelance arts writer based in Los Angeles. In addition to the LA Weekly, he is a contributor to Hyperallergic, the Guardian, KCET Artbound, Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles, and Daily Serving.

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