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Laurent Grasso, Lecture



Constructing histories and obstructing understanding fascinates artist Laurent Grasso who discusses all this in a lecture at the School of Visual Arts from September 2010 (with comments by curator BĂ©atrice Gross). To explain himself he solicits the concepts of memory, silence, scale, displacement, military ingenuity, and an eclipse made out of neon. Grasso visited New York during the run of his 2010 exhibition at Sean Kelly Gallery entitled SoundFossil (through October 23). See our companion in-studio interview with host Michael Rush here.
 

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