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Some of the characters with whom Dora García works are appearing at the Spanish Pavillion in Venice. Characters, literally. Narrative creations personified. Performance, art, literature and theater come through a working process that requires time, which is not clearly visible and raise questions around trust relationship between artist and viewer.
Marti Manen interviews William Holden, a former Hollywood star, a Martin Kippenberger’s fantasy and an actual character of Dora García.
The interview, at The Inadecuate blog
"A desk is a dangerous place from which to watch the world" (John Le Carré)