The cinema of fascination’ (Filmoteca de Catalunya).
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The cinema of fascination’ (Filmoteca de Catalunya).
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Schippers she sees a typically Dutch fascination for the normal and the everyday.
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Van Liefland shared his ongoing fascination in video tape, VHS-tape in particular, with an audience before.
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Although the two presentations are separate, they do have one thing in common: a fascination with the physical.
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Such an approach can be a one off-affair, a fascination with a particular moment in time that the artist cannot let lie.
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Whoever has been confronted with Gatzen's work knows of her fascination for the space between the clothes rather than the clothes themselves.
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Their fascination for the outrageous and baroque aesthetic of one of today's most extreme youth cultures, heavy metal, is perhaps astonishing at first glance.
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'LA DOUCE FRANCE' Mascha de Vries is not alone in her fascination with French culture: 'French' is hip again and Paris is once more the vibrant centre of the world.
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A fascination that was given form when she consciously designed the space between the body and the clothes, whereby the external shape became interpreted as a left-over.
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