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Source Book 5 / 2008 Geoffrey Farmer

Witte de With
Artists' Books
12.5 × 20 × 0.8 cm

Text by Thierry Davila, Diedrich Diederichsen, Vanessa Desclaux, Geoffrey Farmer, Zoë Gray.

Over the past decade, Canadian artist Geoffrey Farmer has developed a performative, narrative approach to installation—combining video, drawing and improvisatory sculpture. The works evolve over the course of an exhibition or transform drastically from one site to another, lending instability to the notion of what an artwork, or exhibition, might be.

  1. Source Book 5 / 2008 Geoffrey Farmer

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