Decoding Dictatorial Statues


Decoding Dictatorial Statues is a collection of images and texts revolving around the different ways we can look at statues in public space. How can we decode statues in terms of their object hood and materiality, their role as media icons and their voice in political debates?

Includes texts by: Erika DossLeonor Faber-JonkerFlorian GöttkeJintaeg JangJo-Lene OngMartijn WallageKarwan Fatah-BlackFabienne RachmadievJ.R. JenkinsTycho van der Hoog.

192 pages, softcover, 24 x 17 cm, Onomatopee (Eindhoven)