Mohamed Abdelkarim

Conspiracy Exceeds Consumption


Published in 2013, English, 50 pages, B5 size.

Several narratives described somewhat evocatively as conspiracies are inspired from personal and public life. Somehow the narrative, an alleged plot by the Artist, creates a framework that uncritically reflects and represents personal experiences of representation, economic capital and different social currencies. The conspiracies, narrated through film and text, are the object of observation inducting the observer into the conspiracy.

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