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Errata: the first five footnotes of Dark Matter were accidentally omitted from the section called: “Exordium: an Accidental Remainder.” The missing notes are:
 Beyond Recognition: Representation, Power, and Culture: Craig Owens, edited by Scott Bryson, Barbara Kruger, Lynne Tillman, and Jane Weinstock, University of California Press, 1992.
 ‘The Problem With Puerilism’, Craig Owens, Art In America Magazine, Vol. 72, No. 6, Summer, 1983, 162-163.
 Owen’s ‘The Problem With Puerilism’ appeared a few months before Rosalyn Deutsche and Cara Gendel Ryan published their landmark essay, ‘The Fine Art of Gentrification’, in October Magazine, Vol. 31, Winter, 1984, 91-111, but which is also available on the website of the alternative space ABC No Rio at: http://www.abcnorio.org/about/history/fine_art.html
 Owens, op cit.
 The term ‘lumpenography’ is borrowed from Nuyorican scholar Luis Aponte-Parés who describes the very memory of New York City’s Puerto-Rican El Barrio during the economically devastating 1970s as a space of arrested development with discontinuous memories and fragmented cultural forms making up its imaginary geography. See the essay: ‘Ambiguous Identities! The Affirmation of Puertorriqueñidad in the Community Murals of New York City,’ by Elsa B. Cardalda Sánchez, and Amilcar Tirado Avilés, in Mambo Montage: The Latinization of New York, edited by AgustÃn LaÃ³-Montes, Arlene DÃ¡vila, Augustín Laó-Montes, Arlene Dávila, Columbia University Press, 2001, 265