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How to Draw a Line on a Passport

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How to Draw a Line on a Passport

Irene de Andrés (Spain, 1986)
Installationwith passport, projection with three videos. DVD-PAL 4,30min, poster of the Navy Museum of Madrid 34 x 24 cm,
C-print Hahnemühle Photo Rag 305 gr. 30 x 24 cm.

(Courtesy of the artist)

This project takes as a point of departure the image that appears on the first page of the Spanish passport, an etching that represents the ships and ...

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