Peter Downsbrough: position
Palais des Beaux-Arts de Bruxelles, 2003 - Art - 174 pages
Peter Downsbrough's work reveals a particular interest in language and the structure of space, in the way things are positioned and allocated. In his photographs, sculptures, maquettes, wall pieces, drawings, films and interventions, he underlines the importance of context, evokes relations, and leaves it to the viewer to choose their position.
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