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Untitled Manifesto

Artist
Juan Caloca
Date
2016
Publisher
Gato Negro Ediciones
Format
Artists' Books
ISBN
978-607-97450-3-5
Size
11.5 × 16.5 × 0.3 cm
Length
48 pp
Genre
Theory, Manifesto
Description

Start with a exclamation sign assumes that on the other side there is an exit: Untitled Manifesto puts this into question: how decomposition is made? In other words: do you need a question mark to understand at what point questions take form? For example: who can believe in the queries translated by Google? Basically, these are not questions without answers, but answers without questions. At the tip of spoils in speech, the artist Juan Caloca shows, in the form of a Manifesto, how much we don’t know and how little we know to imagine.

For the sake of humanity:
Burn this and all manifestos!
To see if someone remembers us only with the oral memory.

Softcover, perfect-bound, b&w risograph.

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