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David Claerbout

David Claerbout’s (1969) artistic practice often employs sophisticated shots to question the notion of time, generally concentrating on a precise moment. His works present numerous temporal forms, including stretched, suspended, slowed, present and past time. The fragmentation of narrative solicits the viewer’s attention and allows him or her to experience time by making it almost visible.


  1. David Claerbout Untitled (Man under Arches), 2000

    Interactive video installation
    Black & white, quiet
    300 x 400 cm
    Collection Mudam Luxembourg
    Acquisition 2006
    © Photo: Mudam Luxembourg

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