Tania Mouraud
2005 DREAM

Through the use of an unusual writing, the artist shows that one should force oneself to see words that an inconsiderate use by the media has turned invisible. In relation with the time that we have to take to decipher a sentence as « I have a dream », the famous sentence by Martin Luther King, the political vitality and the relevance of this message will replicate in a timeless and universal context. The singularity of the artistic expression mixed to the plurality of languages give this anti-racism message its power and effectiveness.

Tania Mouraud, Parcours, exhibition view, Faux-Mouvements - Centre d'Art Contemporain, Metz, France, 2015
25 single diasecs (English, Armenian, Ascii; Bengali, Chinese, Sinhalese, Korean, Farsi, French, Greek, Gujarati, Hebrew, Hindi, Iranian, Koufic, Malayalam, Larathi, Orissa, Ounjabi, Russian, Tamil, Telugu, Thai, Tibetan, Urdu), 30 x 40 cm

DREAM, English, 2005, 30x40cm

DREAM, Korean, 2005, 30x40cm

DREAM, French, 2005, 30x40cm

DREAM, Punjabi, 2005, 30x40cm

DREAM, Koufic, 2005, 30x40cm

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