Monday, May 25, 2020
In the NY Times, artist Doris Salcedo on presencing death.
[A]n insignificance trivialized and inscribed into our everyday life. Death has become what the philosopher Martin Heidegger called the “manufacture of corpses.” That is why the testimonies of victims are not only at the center of my work, but are actually a requirement for the very existence of each and every one of my pieces.
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