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When Anselm Franke curated this exhibition on the role of aesthetic processes in the drawing of the boundaries between humans and things, the animate and the inanimate, he ranged far and wide.

From Marcel Broodthaers to Walt Disney, Louise Lawler to Victor Grippo (the father of conceptual art in Argentina), Lebanese film master Harun Farocki to Rosemarie Trockel (and many others), this exhibition catalog from Extra City Kunsthal Antwerpen does more than document the show. It includes an active dialogue among artists and thinkers on the subject of the effects of animation and mummification, the relationship between nature and culture, ”persons” and ”things.”

Franke brings together artistic and theoretical perspectives that reflect on the boundary between subjects and objects.

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