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In The Estrangement Principle Ariel Goldberg, unravels the problematic label, “queer art” by consistently arguing for a wider range of associations with art made by queer identified people. Goldberg invokes the lives and works of writer Renee Gladman, and artists Jack Waters and Peter Cramer, among many others to bring the complexity of the communities and relationships behind art and literary histories into focus. The Estrangement Principle is an exercise in contradiction with its ultimate goal being to resist the practice of movement naming.