Shared territory: crossroads of languages, space for reflection

Marilice Corona


Contemporary painters like Mark Tansey and Michaël Borremans include photography and film in their artistic practices, reflecting, in shared territory and in a self-referential style, the undeniable technological mediation in which we see ourselves submerged. This article aims to analyze, inside this crossroads of languages, how a space for reflection is established.


Painting. Photography. Film. Self-reference. Representation.

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