VERTIGO 2001

a series of 4

80cm x 120cm ea.

C-Prints on aluminium

Miriam-Webster Online Dictionary:
Main Entry ver-ti-go
Pronunciation: 'vær-ti-"gO
Function: noun
Inflected Form(s): plural -goes or -gos
Etymology: Latin vertigin-, vertigo, from vertere to turn
Date: 1528
1 a : a disordered state in which the individual or the individual's surroundings seem to whirl dizzily
b : a dizzy confused state of mind
2 : disordered vertiginous movement as a symptom of disease in lower animals;
also : a disease (as gid) causing this

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installation view Galerie Bob Gysin