Concha Jerez, ‘1 page of The New York Times = 100 pages of aesthetics’, 1982, Aural

Upon a cover of The New York Times from 1982 the artist reduced it to a Din A5 and replaced the original texts for straight lines keeping the full stops and commas of the originals. With those replacing lines she developed a combinatorial analysis previously established and reflected in the work.
This work is part of the artist’s conceptual series, “aesthetic recovery” of the informative content of several newspapers, on which she has been working since 1975 until now.

New York, 1982

About Concha Jerez

Spanish, b. 1941, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain, based in Madrid, Spain