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Sans titre, 2002, avec Franco Senica

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Sans titre, 2002, avec Franco Senica

Boucle 2

Sans titre, 2002, avec Franco Senica

Sans titre, 2002, avec Franco Senica is part of the collection of video works by Laurent Goldring Boucles de corps [Body loops]. 

This loop was created in a collaboration between Laurent Goldring and Franco Senica, in Paris in 2002. 

Loop presented during the exhibition called L’exposition # 26, Musée national d’art moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris (France), 2002 and L’exposition # 29 in La Criée in Rennes.   

Goldring, Laurent

Sans titre, 2002, avec Franco Senica

Artistic direction / Conception : Laurent Goldring

Interpretation : Franco Senica

Production / Coproduction of the video work : Production Laurent Goldring

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