Tarek Lakhrissi's installation 'Unfinished Sentence I' (2019) has been acquired by Lafayette Anticipations, Fonds de dotation Famille Moulin, Paris, FR
Tarek Lakhrissi's installation 'Unfinished Sentence I' (2019), produced by and exhibited at CRAC Alsace, has been acquired by Lafayette Anticipations, Fonds de dotation Famille Moulin, Paris, FR.
'Unfinished Sentence I' is an installation of 10 metal sculptures which exist somewhere between arrows and symbols. It is the starting point of the series of installations under the same title and began the artist’s research into the need to defend oneself as a political practice and building a new language through visual forms. The metal sculptures are considered failed or useless because of their blunted manufacturing. The artist considers this romantic self-sabotage a rendering of empowering oneself in a non-threatening and non-violent way. The works then become a political threat, being wielded by those who are marginalised and affected by oppressive, racist & homophobic politics & societies.
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