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No one was there, she did not know it

Andro Wekua - No one was there, she did not know it
A series of black and white drawings by Andro Wekua.
Working in a diverse array of media, Andro Wekua (born 1977 in Sukhumi, Georgia, lives and works in Switzerland) has developed a visual language grounded in the exploration of human experience through the subtle intersections of individual and pooled memory, personal identity, and history. Drawing on genres such as fantasy, science-fiction, and horror, Wekua creates fantastical and often macabre tableaux, revealing the complex processes of reconstruction and fragmentation that continually inform the personal, social, and fictive experience of remembrance. Creating pictorial representations of the past to better comprehend and grapple with the present, Wekua meditates on the tenuous boundary between historical reality and the artificial construct of remembering, pointing to the inescapable fact that the past is always distorted by the subjectivity of memory.
 
published in 2005
no text
19,5 x 25,5 cm (softcover)
24 pages (b/w ill.)
 
14.00
 
ISBN : 978-3-905714-06-7
EAN : 9783905714067
 
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