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Zuma #28, 1978

Photograph

Archival pigment on rag paper

24.00 x 30.00 in

61.0 x 76.2 cm

Edition of 10

This work comes with a Certificate of Authenticity

$10,000
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About The Work

Zuma (1977-1978) shows John Divola's repeated visits to a abandoned beachfront house, observing the building's deteriorating state. Sometimes used by the fire department for fire fighting practice, the building changed drastically during the time of Divola's consecutive visits. Adding to this human presence, Divola would sometimes intervene himself by moving things around or adding spray paint. These acts of intervention became part of the inevitable process towards decay and ultimately disintegration, with Divola's documentation integrally linked to this: "My acts, my painting, my photographing, my considering, are part of, not separate from, this process of evolution and change."
 
Courtesy of Office Baroque
  • Printed in 2006, edition of 10 plus 2 artist's proofs

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