Nothing is written. We all know that. Don’t we

Le Feuvre, Lisa. 2010. Nothing is written. We all know that. Don’t we. In: , ed. Esther Shalev-Gerz. Paris: Jeu de Paume, pp. 24-35. ISBN 9782849751879 [Book Section]

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Essay on the work of Paris-based artist Esther Shalev-Gerz, published on the occasion of her solo exhibition at Jeu de Paume. Over three decades Esther Shalev-Gerz has consistently performed a process of unravelling particularities in order to reflect on the ways in which the generalities of history and memory are constructed. Working with a specific place, a certain moment in history, an urgent question, or a shared experience that resonates through history, Shalev-Gerz mines the personal in order to address and interrogate the ways in which the present is understood.

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February 2010Published

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11 May 2010 07:29

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