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& Jean-Kenta Gauthier in conversation

7 days ago

"This project is about erasure. Memory. Forgetting. Data. Archives. Etcetera." (David Horvitz)

Presented from 15 October 2022 to 21 January 2023 at the Jean-Kenta Gauthier Vaugirard gallery, The Submersion of Images brings together all the manifestations of the Nostalgia project initiated since 2018 by David Horvitz (born in Los Angeles, where he currently lives and works) and whose title refers to the film (nostalgia) made in 1971 by the American director and photographer Hollis Frampton (1936-1984). The exhibition is open to the public for 16,380 minutes, resulting in the projection and erasure of 16,380 photographs taken by David Horvitz since the early 2000s. The exhibition is accompanied by Nostalgia 3, a book published by Edition Taube (Munich and Zurich) and Gato Negro (Mexico City).

Conversation available on our YouTube channel.