A Long Time Ago Last Night
The twelfth issue of the fanzine for ar/ge kunst comes along with the work of the Uruguayan artist Alejandro Cesarco, which moves within the borders of conceptual art, as a research project that questions the very idea of narration and the origin of the conditions which enable a text and the mechanisms of its process of meanings. The focus of Cesarco's work is the autonomy of the text and the modality of the relationship between work and spectator, between the written word and the reader. The act of artistic production itself is for the artist based in the act of reading, and all of his work revolves around problems of hermeneutics and translation, as these can be observed from the privileged perspective of literature.
Client Ar/Ge Kunst, Bolzano, Italy
Type Exhibition catalogue, advert
Size 148 × 210 mm, 32 pages
Publisher Mousse Publishing
Limited edition 800 numbered copies
Languages English, German, Italian