Angela Detanico & Rafael Lain, “Horizon vague (Wave horizon),” 2010.
Courtesy Martine Aboucaya.

Landscape, map, territory, topography, pathways … In a text entitled Frontières et pensée interprétative [Frontiers and Interpretive Thought], Christophe Kihm underlines the extent to which spatial references are often called upon to describe certain contemporary visual forms (readymade, minimal art, land art, the site-specific) that “reflect” space and use it to question the conditions of their own definition as much as those of their exhibition.

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