In studying bread, I often confront an object’s ability to be many places at once, and to be felt as wholly present and unique within each of those contexts. Certain breads “belong” to certain cultures, but are seen elsewhere in nearly identical form, under differing or similar names. What does that make an owner, then? What does it make the owned? Can a thing be split innumerable times and still exist as whole?   
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