Features Apr 15, 2015 at 4:00 am

A Real Conflicted Actor on Sheila Heti’s Fictional Couch

This square is one of 21 paper backgrounds Sheila Heti discovered in a 1940s-era paper-doll set called Make a Picture Story, developed by psychologist Edwin Shneidman. On top of the square are three paper dolls chosen at random. Telly, an actor, was asked what he sees.


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