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History Has Left the Building

Francis Hunger
Spector Books
Artists' Books
16 × 22 × 0.9 cm

Francis Hunger is a storyteller of the information age who knows how to use the media tools for his performances and installations. Mysterious radio signals, a ternary computer, the wide field of Soviet space exploration, and the relationship of all these areas to Fordist production regimes are the fixed points of his artistic exploration of technological and ideological history.

  1. History Has Left the Building

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