Long-sleeve t-shirt with text from JULIA KRISTEVA'S "The Powers of Horror: Essay on Abjection." The excerpt is preceded by "A weight of meaninglessness, about which nothing is insignificant, & which crushes me" & The Company finds Kristeva's dynamism as she faces & engages with the terror & indeed the sublime kind of haunting by the self that is birthed via expulsion &/ or regurgitation as a kind of antonym to our cultivated egos. There's something insurrectionist in Kristeva & as the lead guide for the design Kristeva speaks to the absurdity of accumulation from which the construction of the self flourishes. Which is exactly why purchasing this shirt makes complete sense.
• 82% polyester, 18% spandex
• 38-40 UPF
• Fitted design
• Comfortable long body and sleeves
• Flatseam and coverstitch
• Very soft four-way stretch fabric that stretches and recovers on the cross and lengthwise grains