“Their art turns in on itself, becoming nothing more than coded language”, he said

“I went to Venice, and I came back worried. (…) many times over — too many times for comfort — I saw the same thing, a highly recognizable generic ­institutional style whose manifestations are by now extremely familiar. Neo-Structuralist film with overlapping geometric colors, photographs about photographs, projectors screening loops of grainy black-and-white archival footage,…

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┐ Adrian Piper └

© Adrian Piper, Decide Who You Are #15: You Don’t Want Me Here, 1992 © Adrian Piper, Decide Who You Are #11: Remains, 1992 Diarmuid Costello and TJ Demos in discussion on their recent research in relation to art and xenophilia. Listen to it here. More of Adrian’s work here and a good summary of…

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