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enter site Christoph Dettmier’s ‘Country Karaoke’ is one of the most profound photo-performance pieces I’ll ever see… I totally got it and I don’t speak German… Really great to meet Olivier Kablat too… nice tunes!
The show left me feeling and wondering about the threads that linked the works in the minds of Oliver and Katja. I am glad to be still pondering, rather than having some ready-digested culture easily swallowed.
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