One afternoon in his flat they began to exchange clothes. It was rather a homosexual performance, disguised, of course, by the most normal gesture., 2012
C-Print, text on mat (silkscreen)
Ed. 2/3 (+ 2 AP)
64 x 79 cm (25 1/4 x 31 1/8 in.), framed
A young couple visits the Peggy Guggenheim collection in Venice. Each photograph is accompanied by a quote from Peggy Guggenheim’s autobiography, which is printed on the photo mat. The citations turn into contingent fragments of sentences through the decontextualization, with the surprisingly contemporary everyday language easily bridging the distance between the decades.