Posted on June 30th, by Lope Gutiérrez-Ruiz in Briefly. No Comments

_”[ this work ] examines humans’ relationship to land formations of cultural construction, namely that of the ‘border’ and/or ‘wall’[ … ] the project is a series of public performances, assembled into video works, and a series of landscape paintings – paintings of paintings on walls” On the Rock, In the Land by Danielle Adair.

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