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Part-text, part-sculpture, part-architecture, part-junk heap, Thomas Hirschhorn's usually huge yet precarious works provide a observation at the spectacle of late-capitalist consumerism and the worldwide proliferation of commodities. made of ephemeral fabrics -- cardboard, foil, plastic luggage, and packing tape -- that the artist describes as "universal, monetary, inclusive, and [without] any plus-value," those works additionally interact problems with justice, strength, and ethical accountability. Hirschhorn (born in Switzerland in 1957) frequently chooses to put his paintings in non-art settings, announcing that he desires it to "fight for its personal existence." during this e-book, Anna Dezeuze bargains a generously illustrated exam of Hirschhorn's Deleuze Monument (2000), the second one in his sequence of 4 Monuments. Deleuze Monument -- a sculpture, an altar, and a library devoted to Gilles Deleuze -- used to be conceived as a piece open to viewers twenty-four hours an afternoon, seven days per week. a part of the exhibition "La Beauté" in Avignon, Deleuze Monument was once arguable from the beginning, and it was once dismantled months sooner than the top of the exhibition after being vandalized. Dezeuze describes the chronology of the undertaking, together with negotiations with neighborhood citizens; the dynamic among confirmation and vulnerability in Hirschhorn's paintings; failure and "scatter paintings" within the Nineties; participatory practices; and difficulties of presence, upkeep, and visual appeal, raised through Hirschhorn's acknowledgement of "error" in his discontinuous presence on web site following the install of Deleuze Monument.

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Cit. , p. 197. 27   See ‘Alison Gingeras in dialog with Thomas Hirschhorn’, op. cit. , p. 31. 28   T. Hirschhorn, in ‘Travailler politiquement. Entretien avec Thomas Hirschhorn’ (interview with Valérie de Saint-Do), Cassandre-Hors Champ, no. forty, March 2001, extract on hand at http://www. horschamp. org/spip. Hypertext Preprocessor? article1300 (last accessed on 12 may possibly 2014). 29   See los angeles Beauté (exh. cat. ), Paris: Flammarion, 2000, p. 345ff. 30   See the video access ‘N comme Neurologie’, in Abécédaire, op. cit. , disk three, 06:53min to 12:05min. 31   T. Hirschhorn, in ‘Alison Gingeras in dialog with Thomas Hirschhorn’, op. cit. , p. 10. 32   Ibid. , p. eleven. 33   This letter, reproduced in Deleuze Monument: Les files, is translated as ‘The subject of position (Regarding the Deleuze Monument)’ in severe Laboratory, op. cit. , p. 212. 34   To Hirschhorn’s wisdom, an reputable written let was once by no means acquired. e mail to the writer, 31 March 2014. 35   T. Hirschhorn, dialog with the writer, big apple, eight September 2013. 36   Sandrine Dupuy, ‘Murs d’espoir : récit d’une expérience’, in Deleuze Monument: Les files, op. cit. 37   nameless, ‘Seul, le Deleuze Monument a franchi les remparts’, op. cit. 38   H. Laurent, letter to T. Hirschhorn, op. cit. 39   T. Hirschhorn, ‘The subject of situation (Regarding the Deleuze Monument)’, op. cit. , p. 211. 40   H. Laurent, letter to T. Hirschhorn, op. cit. 41   Alain Dufaut, letter to Jean-Jacques Aillagon, 23 March 2000, in Deleuze Monument: Les records, op. cit. 42   T. Hirschhorn, ‘Letter to Hervé Laurent and Nathalie Wetzel (Regarding the Deleuze Monument)’, op. cit. , p. 215. 43   Ibid, p. 216. 44   T. Hirschhorn, ‘Le Deleuze Monument démonté avant l’heure’, op. cit. 45   T. Hirschhorn, ‘The subject of position (Regarding the Deleuze Monument)’, op. cit. , p. 209. 46   T. Hirschhorn, ‘Thomas Hirschhorn: l’art est confirmation, 2002’ (interview with Fabien Stech), in F. Stech, J’ai parlé avec Lavier, Annette Messager, Sylvie Fleury, Hirschhorn, Pierre Huyghe, Delvoye, Hou Hanru, Sophie Calle, DGF, Ming, Sans et Bourriaud, Dijon: Presses du réel, 2006, p. fifty four; on hand at http://www. lespressesdureel. com/PDF/737. pdf (last accessed on 12 may well 2014). 47   T. Hirschhorn, ‘Regarding the tip of the Deleuze Monument’, op. cit. , p. 217. 48   See H. Bellet, ‘Les déboires économiques de l’exposition “La Beauté”’, op. cit. 49   T. Hirschhorn, ‘Regarding the tip of the Deleuze Monument’, op. cit. , p. 219. 50   T. Hirschhorn, quoted in H. Foster, ‘Towards a Grammar of Emergency’, op. cit. , p. 164. 51   T. Hirschhorn, in ‘Ne pas s’économiser: dialog entre Thomas Hirschhorn et François Piron’ (June 2001), hassle, factor 1, 2002, to be had at http://troublelarevue. unfastened. fr/TROUBLE%201/trouble1thomasha. html (last accessed on 12 might 2014). 52   T. Hirschhorn, in ‘Striving to Be silly: a talk with Thomas Hirschhorn’ (interview with A. Gingeras), in Thomas Hirschhorn (exh. cat. ), London: Chisenhale Gallery, 1998, p. 6. 53   ‘L’art n’est jamais acquis. ’ T. Hirschhorn, in ‘Avant/Après: Entretiens avec Thomas Hirschhorn par Guillaume Désanges’ (‘Avant’, April 2004), in T.

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