“Here’s what you do.
You go to Desert X, the continuously-expanding and awesome art moment in California’s Coachella Valley, now in its third year and iteration (and showing until May 16th). You bear witness to a panorama of impressive installations and sculptures, consider the political and historical context in which they’re placed, and shoot photos. You have a lunch. You consider your speck-like role on Earth. You roll the windows down. You breathe some fresh, warm air as it swirls about the desert—air long-deserved after this oppressive and unequivocal period of social immobility, fear, and stress….”

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