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  • Gérard Mermoz - 2 years ago

    Would a socially grounded visual practice that situates itself on the periphery of ‘Art’; refuses to ‘frame’ the object of its ‘study’ (human/humanistic approach would be a better term to define what I do) and privileges ‘action’ over pseudo scientific knowledge have a place in your debates
    See current project at

    I am looking for other partners in dialogue.

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