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Eduardo Abaroa is a Mexican artist and writer who works in the fields of sculpture, installation, and live action. His work aims to activate issues and pose enigmas or challenges, whether political, intellectual, or aesthetic, with a critical focus. "Essays on the Public" brings together a series of performances, actions, and texts, as well as approaches to his sculptural and video work produced throughout his career. The collection reflects his research into confusion and absurdity by emphasizing contradictions and the meaninglessness of trivial conflicts and circumstances.

This volume inaugurates the "antithesis" collection by Editorial Alias, which consists of original projects developed by different artists especially for this series. The name "antithesis" derives from the understanding of art as a dynamic of self-questioning reflection.

"I want to present myself as astounded by my own incoherence, semi-converted and crushed. I like to feel like a bag of sphincters that open and close all the time, from which incoherent words and ideas emerge. My head is the chamber where several pairs of dogs mechanically copulate. But it's dinner time." - EA

Title: 1. Ensayos sobre el público
Author: Eduardo Abaroa
Publisher: Editorial Alias
Binding: Paperback Format: 14 x 21 cm 
Number of Pages: 120 Weight: 210 gr.
Genre: Art Language:
Spanish Printing:
Two inks Printed in Mexico

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