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February 13, 2010


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Reggie Lynch

This seems like a poignant show. Especially given, as you mentioned, contemporary society's fascination with what you call "the social spectacle of observation." It is almost a precursor to the very carefully plotted online photo albums on networking sites. Public projections of the life we want people to think we have.

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I like this kind of "events" where the exhibition reveals the intimacy of collages, that originally are destined for private albums. By this way you really can find the real art.

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