Camilo Restrepo, Any September Is A Black September Down Here (detail), 2013, ink, water-soluble wax pastel, tape, newspaper clippings, lacquer and saliva on paper; and a steam-emitting apparatus (electric burner, pressure cooker, plastic jar, copper splitter, plastic hoses and sea water). COURTESY THE ARTIST.
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