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Curated by Massimiliano Gioni and Gary Carrion-Murayari, a recent exhibition was imagined as a Wunderkammer simultaneously tracing and questioning the relationship between people and technology.

Tails, feathers, claws, paws, and slender toes peak out from blurred scans of natural history specimens included in Ann Hamilton's new exhibition at the Henry Art Gallery in Seattle.

Tails, feathers, claws, paws, and slender toes peak out from blurred scans of natural history specimens included in Ann Hamilton’s new exhibition at the Henry Art Gallery in Seattle.

by Christian Boltanski

Memoria y Archivo by Christian Boltanski (Photo: Courtesy National University of Tres de Febrero / Muntref)

Christian Boltanski, Disappearance, 1998-1999, view of exhibition at Arken Museum, Photo Bent Ryberg, Planet Foto. All rights reserved

Christian Boltanski, Disappearance, view of exhibition at Arken Museum, Photo Bent Ryberg, Planet Foto. All rights reserved

Boltanski, Christian - This is a nice idea of how I could present my work. I like that he puts the lights behind the fabric too because it gives it a more spooky effect which could work well with my theme of characters.

Christian Boltansky, Reflexion, 2000 — 400 black mirrors, 9 wheeled racks with suspended transparencies on cloth sheets. Each rack: 83 x 52 x 20 in.

Installation view "Christian Boltanski - Moved" Geist(er), 2013.

Installation view "Christian Boltanski - Moved" Geist(er), The line of bezdan citizens walking to their death can be illustrated in a similar way

christian_boltanski Resistors, 1994 cropped photographs from original German mug shots of captured Reistence fighters.

christian_boltanski Resistors, 1994 cropped photographs from original German mug shots of captured Reistence fighters.

Christian Boltanski,

Christian Boltanski: "Images cachées", in "Grosse Hamburger Strasse" at Kewenig gallery (Berlin)— photographic print on linen cloth, acrylic paint, metal frame, installation on iron rod.

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