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Rubén De la Nuez, Radiograms for an impure clinic, 2001

The 20th Century extended the legitimization discourse of History, from the written to the iconic. The invention of photography seemed to give an infallible recourse of truth. The aesthetic quality of truth was no longer represented as solid but as transparent. Celluloid substituted stone; solid truth was replaced by the photographic instant. For this reason […]

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