‘I turn violence into art'. The Work of Armando
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‘I turn violence into art'. The Work of Armando

(Erik Slagter) The Low Countries - 1999, № 7, pp. 83-91

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Right from the beginning Armando's work was no imaginary depiction of an internalised experience. This Dutch writer and artist presents reality in the raw, without comment or interpretation, mercilessly. His work is always focused, and with ever greater stubbornness, on keeping alive the image of the enemy. His battle is the battle against time, against the irrevocability of death. (with a translated extract from ‘The Street and the Shrubbery')

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