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Stan Douglas

 

The images of the Canadian artist Stan Douglas (1960) work as fragments of complex stories, initially difficult to locate in space and time. Works that respond to a precise will to alter, and thus problematise, the readings of the discursive context they originate from: episodes from the recent economic, political and aesthetic history of the 20th century, mediated by the voices of those who have been its narrators, which he tackles with a system that distorts any possible linearity, forcing a rereading of many of the events dealt with in his works. Installations, videos, films and photographs that make use of the techniques of collage and montage as an alternative to the fragmentary representation that provides a new context of unexpected critical reflection.

 

Beatriz Herráez



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