An interview with Jeremy Fernando in Clarín

January 17, 2019

In November 2018,  whilst at the 4th Bienal de la Imagen en Movimiento (Moving Images Biennale) in Buenos Aires, Jeremy Fernando was interviewed by Carolina Keve of Clarín about his relationship to art, to writing, and to thought. In it, he attempts to "disarm the role of the author in order to place it on a more democratic plane." 

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Clarín is the largest newspaper in Argentina. 

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