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Rules & Isolations: Edson Chagas’ ‘Factory of Disposable Feelings’

Monique Pelser
13 August 2019

A review by Monique Pelser

Edson Chagas’ new body of work entitled ‘Factory of Disposable Feelings’ left me feeling like I was caught in an aftermath. His arrangement of visual information from the Irmãos Careneiro Factory has a strong sense of gravity and arrests the gaze as if one is witnessing the damage and incidental beauty that has come after the monumental storm that was Angolan colonialism.

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