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Diamond Mind

Les Levine
Art Metropole

A performance tape in which the artist is seen talking about previous experiences in life and showing some of the objects he designed at those times. The performance is concerned with the idea that people are programmed by the images they make for themselves.

From the Artists’ VH/2” Videotapes series, edition of 100.


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